Hotel La Villa Marine
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... tea. I noticed they also had Chocolate Teacakes (not Tunnocks, but, M&S own brand). Kathleen is very partial to Tunnocks chocolate teacakes, so, I bought a pack of 16 of the M&S version.
Unknown to me, Kathleen stored them in the fridge, to prevent the chocolate from melting.
Today, we had one with our coffee, it was decidedly not upto Tunnock standard.
Kathleen decided, that I could eat the remaining 14 (not ...
... mile tail back of slow moving traffic.
The most exciting thing to happen is at the services on the M2. While sitting having our lunch, we watch a large articulated wagon, attempting to park.
I don't feel inclined to comment on the driver's skill level, since I cannot reverse the ...
... was lunch and sightseeing in St-Valery-sur-Somme, however, upon arrival there in the driving rain, we settled for a nice plat du jour on the waterfront and drove on down the coast.
The drive was very pleasant and easy going through beautiful french countryside and fishing villages. We came upon one very well-to-do coastal village, Hautot-sur-Mer, which oozed charm and money, but the beach was disappointingly stoney. I had earlier been commenting on the plethora of old ...
... it was difficult to stand still in the gusting winds to take photos.
The Dover Patrol honours the Franco-British Maritime Unit which defended the Strait of Dover during WWI. The unit was made up mainly of British sailors, fishermen and airmen to ensure safe passage for allied ships and prevent German attacks. Destroyers, pocket submarines, fishing boats, planes and airships formed the Patrol. It was named the Dover ...
Sunday, 19th April 2015
Bright and sunny, but, with a brisk wind from the north, not very warm, only 16C.
Kathleen is off to church.
After three months of heavy relaxation, we decide to spend the day, taking it easy!