Hotel Restaurant Jean Paul Jeunet
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... earlier on moving their table near to the door. (Regardez nous everyone). Anyway one of the ducks got spooked and took off, bashing its beak on the window directly above their table sending bits of feathers floating down all over their food and drinks! Quelle domage! Anyway shuteye now and off to CERN tomorrow. Bob (and anyone else that is interested in Dark Matter), be ready for an amazing breakthrough in tomorrow's ...
Well, neither of us could sleep very well last night but managed to wake up at 2am, out of the door and on our way at 2.30. Clear run down to Dover and accepted the offer of an earlier sailing. So we arrived Calais at 9.30. French roads are brilliant so we made it to our first stopping point early. Really enjoyed filling up with diesel at 85 pence a litre but then realised that it had cost an extra £35 in tolls ...
... give you a sense of the complexity.
On return to site (improving all of the time) we watched the News at Six (and noted the poor weather compared to us but we've STILL missed the Northern Lights) had tea outside in the warm and proceeded to pack for Grenoble.
My homework was to write out 100 times “It's seulement not seulment” as my spelling mistake was spotted by Madame Henwood a noted French speaker and ...
... at home then everyone left and we played the Xbox the whole time and we danced and it was really late then went to bed. It was an awesome sleep over!
Saturday 25th Oct 2014
In the morning we walked to the park and there were a lot of apple trees and there were ready so we had apple for breakfast. Then my dad and mum came to pick us up to take us back to Valdahon. My dad and uncle are going to Switzerland again, but this time they are ...
A big thank-you to P+O ferries who gave me a free ticket to replace the one I'd m istakenly paid for to travel the preceding day.
I enjoyed strolling along the beach at Calais, looking over to Dover as the evening sun began to disappear. It was good to see the memorial stone for William Webb, whose first successful cross-channel swim seemed a much more courageous thing to do than what I was about to begin.
I really ...