Hotel Des Argousiers

Address: 28, Rue Clemenceau , Ambleteuse, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62164 , France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 28, Rue Clemenceau , Ambleteuse.
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      Back to English-type weather and the BBC

      A travel blog entry by startrailers on Feb 09, 2015

      15 photos

      ... lovely in the watery winter sunshine. It was so cold that in places where there were ponds and inlets the water was frozen. The sun became stronger so that when we got to Amboise it was almost impossible to photograph the chateau.
      I ...

      Week Eight. Wragby- Calais - Antwerp.

      A travel blog entry by stuandamanda on Feb 02, 2015

      4 photos

      ... anything might happen, who knew what would happen. We'd see amazing sights, meet amazing people, try to speak amazing languages. We'd get lost, we'd find our way, we'd get lost again, it would be great!!!!!!!!!!!
      We loaded up the car and set off. Seven hours later we were in our hotel room in Calais. What a boring journey, nothing even mildly exciting happened. Crikey, if this is the way it's going to go I'll have ...

      Dungeness Nature Reserve

      A travel blog entry by theleighs on Jun 28, 2014

      10 photos

      Dungeness is one of the largest shingle peninsulas in the world and is of international importance as a nature reserve.  However, it is difficult to reconcile the natural and unusual beauty with the nuclear power station which dominates the landscape.We were fascinated by the shacks, huts, summer houses, call them what you will which proliferate.  Many of the original ones are said to be old railway carriages ...

      Day 23 - Canterbury and Dover

      A travel blog entry by gb2013 on Jul 09, 2013

      40 photos

      ... in a glass case nearby, but modern copies of them appear above his tomb. The jupon (close fitting tunic) is the only surviving English example of that time period.

      We then saw the tomb of King Henry IV and his Queen Joan of Navarre. Henry died in 1413 and was buried in the cathedral as opposed to Westminster Abbey. It is not known for sure but some debate that he was buried in Canterbury because he wanted to be associated with Thomas Becket who had since become a Saint.


      A travel blog entry by carmaran-a-gogo on Jul 02, 2013

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      What a quaint and friendly place we have found here in Dover. Our hotel sits directly on the sea and there is not a single level floor in the place. It is like being at sea . . . on land.

      We had lovely fish 'n chips overlooking a small marina. Randy enjoyed local lager; Marley and Caryl enjoyed local ciders. The internet connection is extremely poor and this is being typed ...