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
... garden, the Rathaus, the antiques quarter (which were all closed), a department store which was demolished and rebuilt 20m away to make way for the train station, and the main square. We then have a fast and furious ride back to the ferry, which we make with just 10 minutes to spare. It’s been a tiring day, but we both feel fulfilled and rather healthy after all the exercise.
Friday and Saturday have been planned in advance, as it is Jonny’s birthday ...
... in the fridge and curdles when you add it to hot water. Starbucks is always a safe option if you can find one, as although not fantastic it does its job if you ask for a double shot.
As for hot chocolates Luke decided to give them up while in Europe after the first few, except for at Starbucks as they just didn't hit the spot.
Australia really is a great country for diversity of food, coffee and toilet ...
... sat down in the waiting area and did a bit of repacking of our slowly growing possessions. Thinking we had plenty of time we decided to move into the dining area to enjoy a cup of coffee, luckily the young woman asked if we were catching the 7:28 Eurostar. No we replied confidently ,we were catching the 8:00am. There is no 8:00 am she said!WHAT! Run I said to Jo as they had already announced the final call for passengers. Don't worry. We made ...
... WW2 fort, but the fort was closed and the local gun club was having a meeting there! Then looked at the Memorial to the Allies at Dunkirk Beach. Then we drove to Calais. Full circle again - same Aire Communale overlooking the Harbour that we camped at for our FIRST night on March 8th, seven and a half months previously. This time, dinner out at a lovely restaurant overlooking the ...
... probably thousands of African and Middle eastern men, lined up all along the ridgetop of the dunes that bank up near the port.
Illegal immigrants have taken to breaking into the freight trailers as the trucks slow down or stop for the ferry queues at the customs point. They are stowing away to get into England, thinking it's some golden destination and that everything will be better once they get there. The plan is usually missing a few ...