Hotel du Beffroi
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
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... and we could see the camp and hundreds of tents. Finally we were on our ferry, after taking ages in the check-in queue. The ferry was only half full, and we were able to get a seat by the window at the front, to relax and watch, as the White Cliffs of Dover and home got forever closer. 4pm English time, we start the long drive back to Pennine way...we've had another great time in France which never fails to make us ...
A very cold start to the day, only 5C, but, it feels colder! As the day progresses, and we draw nearer to the coast at Dunkirk, the sun comes out and temperatures rise to an acceptable 16C.
A late start, and, a relaxed drive, of approximately 100 miles, to Gravelines, arriving at about 17:00.
We discover there is a good Commercial Centre ...
Saturday, is another bright and sunny day, Joan and Bryan have an extra day compared to ourselves, so, they head off for an Aire on the coast.
Kathleen has a hair washing session, whilst I go shopping, then we head slowly for the Aire at Gravelines, ...
Saturday 12th October 2013
Today, we are off to Gravelines, ready to catch the ferry at crack of dawn (well 6:00) tomorrow morning.
One of our regular last stops before the ferry or tunnel, It was free, then they started charging 7Euro (which was extortion, for parking only, with no facilities), now the price has been adjusted to 6Euro/24 hours (May – ...
Only a one night stay, we linger until just before lunch time and then we are on our way towards Calais.
Picnic, French motorway Aire style.
Toilets, plenty of parking, neatly mown grass, no litter, picnic tables provided, and, sunshine of course.
But, the French ...