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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... t that far from the campsite. There was a bit of a bad news/good news/bad news situation going on as I tried to repair the tyre. First of all I realised there was not one but two punctures on the tyre so luckily I had the two patches left and was able to repair them although once I got the bike back together I noticed there was also a puncture on the tag along wheel. I rode to catch up with the family who were almost back at the ...
... to me today. I suppose you could say it was a case of premature gesticulation. (Sorry) We got to our campsite and it is another well looked after site and it actually has its own swimming pool so it wasn't long before we were in cooling off. It is a fairly cool pool with slides and waterfalls but the best part was that the twins both did some swimming. We don't have any floaties for them but the pool ...
... place is closed until April. Sorely disappointed we didn't have a back up plan (unusual for hubby) we decided to head back to Amiens. We arrived at Amiens with excitement and anticipation, located the Camping and Caravan sign and headed that way. And guess what.................they are closed till April. Who knew the French and touro's were afraid of a little cold weather. It is now 3.15 and the sun is setting and we are ...
Compiegne to Amiens
After a restful night's sleep, we were on the road about 10am, headed for Compiegne. At first, the day was overcast and foggy, but, by lunchtime, the sun had emerged, even though the day remained quite cold.
We had an easy drive to Compiegne, where we spent some time exploring the roads of the forest (which was lovely – many of the trees retained the last ...
... br> where they search our van for extra people and weapons. We then got to the ticket office and the lady told us that we had booked for tomorrow'sferry. Damn time difference! Luckily she still let us board. We were right on the bottom level with all the trucks. We walked up to the upper
levels and looked at the cliffs then had some lunch as we cruised over to Calais, France. It didn't take too long. It was ...