Hotel de La Matelote
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We both chose the chicken fusilli, then the cafe gourmand, except I had tea Gourmand. With two Kir and a Coke we paid €51...our second dearest this holiday, but it was delicious. Next stop the ferry home. When we got near Calais we saw loads of police and wondered what had happened, then we realised they were keeping the port free from the immigrants! There was miles of fencing, the razor wire glistened in ...
... out of the cliff, some have been rescued and made very chichu while others have been left to become picturesque ruins. Amongst which a tropical garden has been planted and the tiny person-wide street made up with pretty cobbles, all bleached out by the sun of hundreds of years. We took a path up and out of the top of the village, which once the road into it and is dotted with ruined houses which the forest has taken over again, a very romantic walk in dappled shade which ...
... random town. At this point we weren't even sure what country we were in. After trying desperately to find someone who spoke English, we gave up and just had the cashier point to our location on the map. We were in some town in Belgium. I never did get the name of it. Finally we were able to figure out where we were going and we found our way to Luxembourg. It was such a relief to see that hotel. It was really amazing. I will get to the breakfast on the ...
... us up on the last few miles past Boulogne and Calais although now and again we saw the remains of the recent snow in the hedgerows. Eventually we were at the familiar Aire at Gravelines, a few kilometres past the Eurotunnel port. We took Corrie for a wander around the ancient walls by the little harbour and then walked into the town to try our luck at buying a hot drink. In the central square a bar was open, ...
... Alastair's signature dessert of ice cream with apricots in Muscat to follow.
After tea,the boys disappeared with Pierre-Marie, so the more sedate members of the party enjoyed a quiet stroll around the village.
When the boys had gone to bed we had two great Qwirkle battles, with Alastair winning one, and Caroline winning the other. All good practice for Anita!