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Travel Blogs from Dunkerque
... The trip was uneventful with a lot of flat agricultural
land. As can be expected there are a lot of electricity generating windmills
along the way.
On arrival in Oostende we eventually found a campsite and
settled in for the night.
One of our priorities in selecting campsites has been for
the site to offer free internet so that we can still keep up with work related
issues. However once we have left Switzerland we have found that ...
... so many Canadians involved. The day had started badly for us. The train from Ghent was late so we missed our connection en route and hence the tour we were booked on. The woman in the visitors' centre in Ieper (Belgian spelling of Ypres. I use this here because if you visit, this is the name you will see) was excellent especially when we we said we were from NZ. She phoned around and got us a rental car in the next town at 1pm. While waiting we ...
... black, and handrails both sides. There were no lights on.I held the handrails (plural), all the way down. I stepped off the last step,.. well, I thought it was the last step,.. and proceeded to fall forward onto the floor below, hitting my head on an iron gate directly opposite. My wonderful nurse (Coll) called out from above,.. but all was not well. The contact with the iron gate had split my forehead open and we decided a trip to the local hospital was unavoidable. I won't ...
... really is.
We visited Hengelo, my birth place, and walked through my old neighborhood. Stood outside the house where I was born and lived for 12 years, walked around the small lake where I spent my summers swimming and then we cruised through the Wednesday market sampling goodies.
That Thursday we hopped on the train to Amsterdam to visit my cousin Nan. Trains as I remember were an economical way to ...
... at the reception told us, that we will have to come back at 2 p.m. when the vet opens again. So, we've got 2 hours to sit around and steam off our anger over missing our ferry. Next door to the vet we found a nice american diner and the dogs were allowed inside. They got to eat Maya's lunch, since she was upset about the entire situation and was crying. We thought we would have to go back to Germany and call off the trip to Scotland at this time. 2 p.m. ...
Other places to stay in Dunkerque
13 Rue de Leughenaer, Dunkerque | 2 star hotelfrom $80
Rue Charles de Gaulle, Dunkerque | Hotelfrom $63
Rue Charles de Gaulle, Dunkerque | 3 star hotelfrom $46
Quai du Risban, Dunkerque | 2 star hotelfrom $92
37, rue du President Raymond Poincare, Dunkerque | 3 star hotelfrom $80
5/7 avenue de la Mer, Dunkerque | Hotelfrom $93
3 rue de la digue, Dunkerque | Hotelfrom $87