Ibis Calais Tunnel Sous La Manche
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... hour until our ferry started boarding so we had time to kill. Exploring Dover town centre on a Sunday at 8:30 in the morning was pretty much consistent with the rest of the UK on a Sunday; DEAD. To explain Dover in a few words, I would say it was quaint, historical and had everything you’d need if you lived there. Around 10:45 we boarded the vessel, surprisingly P&O cruises worked out the cheapest choice for the ferry ...
Alison, bless her, tried her best not to complete day 1, fell off within first 2 miles, forgot she was wearing cleats, an hour later lost an argument with a mud patch and very nearly had me ride right over her, then later on again ( I missed this one) she decided to pick a fight with a hedge, only a bruised hip and pride, I'm happy to report. Plus a trip in the Love Bus (back up vehicle)
Let me say, today was NO easy day, very early start with breakfast ...
... and accessibility was brilliant. It was fascinating to think that construction began in 1066 and that it was still used as defensive structure through to WWII! Built to last, as my Nanny says!
We got to see so much of the castle and were even allowed to walk all the way up to very top – where it was still windy but much warmer than at any other external feature. The trek was ...
Up early and breakfast, my favourite meal of the day and it was good but not a full english. Set the sat nav and off we go, 554 miles to go and on the wrong side of the road. Well it took us 10hrs (we left at 7.45) and only stopped twice for petrol and coffees. Petrol was ...
... have spent weeks there but we had to leave and will continue the search and maybe pay a researcher to pursue it.
Then we drove most of the way across England to Alkham which is almost to Dover. That involved doing a big circuit around London then coming down to the south east, in the county of Kent. I have not driven yet, mainly because of the speed, the roundabouts and the manual!! I am ...