Hotel Pas de Calais
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... of the tunnel roughly between Calais and Dover. The speed in the tunnel is limited to 100 mph. Once through the tunnel we only had another 15 or 20 minutes before we found ourselves at St Pancras International train station in north central London. With an hour’s time difference from Paris, we arrived at 09:15 Zulu.
On arrival in the station I saw preparation for a celebration, with lots of press present. I found they were celebrating the 20th ...
... of Villers-Bretonneux which still has very strong ties to Australia which can be seen in the images of kangaroos everywhere, the street names and the local school called Victoria school after Victorian school children who raised money to build the school after the war. We visited the school which has a museum and then were shown the school hall that has large photos of Australia and wooden carvings of Australian flora and fauna. In the playground and ...
... all feeling recharged and excited to be here.Allie and Ros decided to continue exploring while the boys went back to the Hotel.On the cobbled streets, we marvel at store windows,the beauty of the buildings,and the art that seems to seep from every pore of Paris.
As with my last visit, I notice again how well dressed the French are.They have learnt the rules that matter.They seem to exemplify good taste, as if they do not dream of ...
... which was very good. I then headed across the road to visit the Maille mustard shop. The range they produce here is very wide with some unusual mixes. You can taste a number of these and include a Cherry Almond and Pistachio Apricot Mustard. Interesting to see such a range and of course I did make a few small, not too heavy, purchases.
Time to head back for a short rest before heading out to dinner at Le Petit Commines - a restaurant recommended ...
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Two important things in life....laundry and chocolate. Since the latter happened first then I will speak of chocolate.
Chocolate seems to almost flow in the streets of France. It is everywhere. It seems as if it jumps out at you and says, "bon appetit".
As many of you who know me, know that ...