Holiday Inn Calais - Coquelles
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Out night stop over in Calais
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Everything was white with frost for our last full day. It was freezing cold, so luckily the shower block was heated. We had a lovely journey along the levee of the Loire as far as Amboise, when we turned north towards Chartres. The ...
... in Guildford in time for dinner at 6:30..
2PM, and I'm still very much in Belgium, looking for a services to get some food from. The one I did find has three kilogram tubs of Nutella, cartons of cartons of cigarettes, and halls of wine & spirits for the travellers heading over the boarders. No sandwiches though. Bugger.
3 PM, I find a Shell type service station, and finally get a chicken sandwich and a ...
... for the collection from the local wood craftsman for next years tree and we are stopping in Saillagouse at our favourite deli on the way home for lots of nice pate, hams, cheeses (particularly Manchego) and sweet wines.
We got our last amazing powder day of the season in at Puyvalador in the meadows. Perfectly brilliant weather and conditions with sunny blue skies for our day of shredding the pistes. Found a ...
... Channel. Of course, one near miss wasn't enough for us. I thought that we had another hour on the train because I had not taken the time change into consideration. When the train pulled into the station, we all sat back and relaxed thinking that we weren't at our stop yet. Fortunately, the driver announced that it was 9am and that we were in Calais, which was our stop. We jumped up and grabbed our bags as fast as we could and got off the train just before it ...
Bike riding through Ypres, amazing city scapes, all rebuilt after the city was razed to the ground in 1918, but the rebuilding has been faithful to what was there before and there is a wonderful city square around which all the character filled buildings sit.
From Ypres we travelled onto Calais and the ferry across the English Channel. ...