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Travel Blogs from Calais

Wednesday 12th – Thursday 27th August 2015

A travel blog entry by sam.wilson on Oct 14, 2015

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... not worth the price, especially when you’ve seen dozens of castles in a short 6 months. We bed down for the night in nearby Lötz, a good base for our river-town-based exploring tomorrow.

The next day is Tuesday. Another day, another castle, so we head to Beilstein, a small, pretty, riverside town with a castle ruin on the hill. The ruins can be explored on several levels, and we choose to climb the rickety spiral staircase up the tower to view the river (and ...

Dover Calais Ferry

A travel blog entry by qegs_normandy on Jul 13, 2015

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We are booked on the 04.20 ferry. We travel from Calais to Neufchatel en Bray, where we stop for breakfast. We will then stop again for lunch at Lion sur mer before arriving at our hotel in Bayeux late afternoon. Our first meal will be in the hotel at 18.30.
In the evening we will walk in to Bayeux.

Neufchâtel was two hours later but they still arrived at the hotel in time for walk on the beach in pleasant evening sun, before eating.


A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Jan 26, 2015

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... world-famous Opera House. I had hoped that we might be able to score a tour through the Opera House, but sadly, with our timeframes, that wasn’t possible.

From Milan, it was up the Autostrada towards the Italian-Swiss Border and a drive through the San Bernardino Tunnel. We will definitely be coming back to Italy in better weather. Italy is rather like France in that they provide a very good system for Motorhomes (emptying toilets and grey water, ...

C,est Impossible !!

A travel blog entry by gibbslocates on Sep 08, 2014

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... of this new allied venture and promptly capitulated. "Non, c'est impossible!" he told us.....No get going, we could do it and for one second he actually made an effort and the Krauts who had got into the taxi behind us overtook us at great speed....Would the Germans once more proudly march into Paris whilst the Brits were left stranded. Yes they would. We got in at 7.02 pm and so missed the TGV by 2 minutes. Our backpacker friends were nowhere to be seen. They'd made it.


First Stop Over The Channel

A travel blog entry by wandawagonettes on Jul 20, 2014

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We were going to take a wonderful picture of the white cliffs of Dover as our last view of England for three weeks but we couldn't see them in the mist! After a very quick ferry crossing, we were faced with driving on the right for the first time. Beeped at several ralliers as we passed them and spent the night in Wetteron (between Ghent and Brussels) after a lovely meal of Moules ...

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