Hotel des Tours
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... the vast numbers of war dead so much more real and comprehensible when you see all the headstones, the lists of thousands upon thousands of names & you see the gratitude of the local people & the esteem which they still hold for those countries & to the efforts of the men from these often far off places. Rest assured the bravery and sacrifice will never be forgotten. ...
... and it is still run by the same family. The property is where Romans used to change horses during long journeys. They could stop here for a beer and a rest if they wish. What is so neat is until recently the brewery would delivery beers personally to resident’s houses. Delivery men would knock on the door and give them a case and a few extra to try with new draughts. What treatment!
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Well off to Belgium and France today. The day is lovely we were up at 6am showered and ready to walk our cases down to the Embankment tube station by just after 7am. We had time to sit and enjoy a cup of coffee and watch the workers scurrying along (haha!). Picked up by Rick from Pillow Adventures and on the way to Dover at 8am.
We reached Dover in good time and had an hour and a half until our ferry departure! Rick asked for an earlier ferry and they sent our bus onto the ...
... Charles de Gaul was born and grew up in is about 50 yards away in the next street. Kate took some quiet contemplation time before we went on a walk with the aim of taking in some of the sights before selecting a nice place to eat. After about 2 hours of walking around cobbled streets looking at various clocks, town halls, and avoiding the cigarette toting, slack shouldered, pavement hoggers we eventually found ourselves in a ...
... the tower was amazing. After a quick check-in and off load our bags in to the room, we headed for the local supermarket to stock up on goodies ie grog, biscuits and cheese, and did I mention champagne. Monoprix (local supermarket) pretty much had everything and not too badly priced, the Champers was around 10 Euro and the spirits were around 15. Back to our room for a few pre-excursion drinks and then we were heading for the Eiffel Tower to see in the New Year......... Continued Part ...