Hotel Du Centre
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... weather was pretty dull with an occasional spot of sun. The campsite appears to have been improved, but unfortunately there was no hot water in the showers. But the pitch was level and hard which is essential when it is wet. We went into Wimereux which we haven't done before. It is having a lot of roadworks which mean it is difficult to get ...
... produces spectacular views. Lots of camping cars stopping for mid morning break and admiring the view.
It's sunny as we arrive at the ferry terminal and queue to board. Once on the car deck, we are greeted by a lovely deckhand who told us that yesterday, they had to be towed out of harbour - but today was much better.
... and, off we go.
The plan is to do some last minute booze shopping at a large “Area Commercial” (Retail Park), near Boulogne. We usually aim to break even on the cost of the ferry crossing versus the saving in the coast of Wine, Gin etc compared to the UK.
Enroute, we call at a potential “Aire”, at Wissant (N50 53.210’ E1 40.224’). It is in our Aires book, as ...
So, I left Rustington at 1220 having fed and watered Monty, dropped a couple of very noisy cats off at the cattery and spent some time at the salon - ouch! TMI I know!
Easy journey to Ashford. The sat nav said there were queues at checkin, but when we got there, we found only a couple of cars before us. Got to the right parking area for large vehicles and coaches and had a large drink - non alchoholic of course! Then the hairy ...
... pushers. We didn't get into the campground
until almost 7pm.
The scenery has been beautiful but, the
weather has been quite cold. It's only been in the low 60's and in
the 50's at night. The wind chill makes it bitterly cold. We had
decided to hop on a train and get south into a warmer climate with
After a nights rest we decided to scope
out the train service and get on the internet. We ...