Mercure Calais Centre
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Calais
... being Sunday the cathedral wasn't open till 12.30 so we went on a river cruise along the canal where we heard a little history and saw some of the old buildings where some of the only remaining parts date back to Saxon times. It was really enjoyable. With the rest of our free time we went in all directions....some shopping, some for lunch and a few of us found.....you guessed it....a patchwork shop :) ...
... Reims, including Reims cathedral which was the Cathedral used for the coronations of the French Kings! Because we were there on a Sunday, all the Champagne Caves were closed (sigh!) but MJ is planning on a return visit with her drinking buddy!
Our last night in France was camping in the Port of Calais – weather still cold but no snow, but it was also very windy! Thankfully that didn’t really affect the Channel Crossing and we arrived safely in ...
... is a small but intensely beautiful monument to . . . don’t really know what to say. It was built to house relics from the Passion of Christ and did so for some time until the Revolution when they were either looted or destroyed. So, that’s one ‘monument’ reason. Another might be the sheer beauty of the huge stained glass windows, or, the culmination of Gothic structural engineering. In the end it is probably more mundane than that. To me (Peter) it’s ...
... 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...
... white cliffs of Dover. It was really misty though with about a 50meter visibility, so England would have to wait just a bit longer.
Back at the site, the mist was a bit clearer, so we took the opportunity to have one last sunbathe. Tan also asked a woman to borrow a few cigs and she ended up giving us a whole packet of Gaulois. This made us very happy indeed. We repaid her with 2 packets of Haribo we'd had stored in the ...