Comfort Hotel Calais Centre
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Calais
... time we return, there are jobs to do on the vehicles and we have learned more about travelling. Monty will have new brakes all round and a new handbrake cable. Parking is rarely completely flat and so we need ramps and chocks. Even with the handbrake on and in reverse gear, Monty still slides back or forward without chocks. So we are getting him a bigger set for Christmas. Inside, he will have new habitation lights, the waterworks will be overhauled and the odd leak and squeak ...
... jacket potatoes. To be honest, this is a bit of a treat, as it is one of the foods we cannot cook in our Rubicon. We return home to taste our friends' wine (medium) and then head to bed.
The next day is wine-buying day. Jonny is very excited, and sets off before I am ready to get started. Once we have bought the wine, we decide to head into Calais to see if there is anything to see. We park up and walk down the beach, but as it is windy and cold, we get a bit ...
... around the empty-ish streets looking in the closed shop windows. Antwerp is the diamond capital of the world so there were plenty of jewellers but most of the ones where we were looked more Ratners than Tiffany's.
We went and had a look around a chocolatier that was open, went in a bar and had a half of Stella and then stopped at a street corner vendor and bought a waffle. So that was pretty much Belgium done and ...
... lost in the maze of walkways, lanes, roundabouts and paths. Really! Everything is bordered by hedges that must be 3 to 4 metres high. Very relaxing none the less although by the end of the morning we were ready for a table, chairs, food and drink. These we found in the market square area of the city and after demolishing baguettes and soft drinks trekked back to Le Van and a rest. Tomorrow we heigh-ho for Amiens – it was going to be Rouen but the only city campsite ...
... to find most of them gone....
Yep, they had packed and loaded up BEFORE breakfast. They left about two minutes after breakfast.
Someone seems to have spread that I was continuing on my tour by myself, having mixed up what I had said about already having been to Italy and Paris, and "going on to Edinburgh".
So I get to take off to Calais by myself, using the phone GPS to guide me. I'm sure I'll be fine...