Comfort Hotel Calais Centre
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Calais
... sterling service, I think that her beloved Krupps Coffee Machine has reached the end of the road!
Just one more country to go – we have to cross France to reach Calais, but as we had managed to accrue a day, we decided to travel via Verdun to see some of the First World War sites but, once again, weather was conspiring against us! Because of snow, we couldn’t reach the campground, or the Ossuary, or the Forts that we had hoped to visit. We did ...
... sections and we had a lovely afternoon.
Day 2 did not start auspiciously. Again cool and sunny. Our attempts, however, to pre-book tickets for the Eiffel Tower proved fruitless. So, Peter decided that it was not worth even going – remembering the queues that greeted us last time. Kathy, forever the optimist (it’s hard living with an optimist), suggested that we go and have a look anyway. Peter (know-all, and pessimist summa cum laude) finally agreed knowing that ...
Today is the end of my wonderful stay in Germany.
I've ridden up and down the Mosel river, seen castles and ruins, eaten & drank way too much, and met a whole lot of new people.
Of our group of 36 odd travellers, some are off to war memorials in Belgium, some are off to France for a bit more holidaying, some will cruise back over the next few days. Technically the tour ended last night and we are all heading off under our own ...
An hour-and-a-half later and four bottles of booze heavier, we disembarked the ferry at Calais and turned right towards Spain - at least that was the plan. The seagull who had hitched a ride on the boat all the way from Dover also decided to get off! Lance excitedly switched on the sat nav whilst Kyle drove - but ...
... whole trip. I'm not sure their jelly integrity was still in tact, but she seemed quite happy with them.
We walked to the edge of the site for one last sunset in the evening and it was beautiful. The mist had now cleared and we could just about make out the shoreline of England. This really was it!
We did the final bits on the video and turned in for the night, with a feeling of trepidation about tomorrows return trip.