Ibis Dunkerque Centre
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campsites charge you for everything. It’s a basic charge for the site, then
another charge for the hot shower, then another for the internet and then on
top of it some don’t even supply toilet paper. A shower can be from 0.50 – 1.00
Euro for 2 minutes and internet can be as much as 6.50 Euro for 3 hours.
Multiply by R14.00 to the Euro and one begins to get a bit ****** off.
Consequently, no internet for a few days.
... participated in the Battle of Broodseinde on 4 October 1917, and the Paschendale Museum and delivered the car (and us) back safe and sound. We didn't see all that we had hoped to but what we did see certainly gave us the impression of how horrific it must have been. Referring back to the NZ memorial, interestingly it contained the words "they came from 'the uttermost ends of the earth' " These same words we had seen at Anzac Cove on the ...
... 12.00 noon. As we sat there contemplating our next move I noticed a small 'hut' outside the supermarket. After a bit of rudimentary French translation we deduced it was a fresh milk dispensing machine! For .20 cents you could also but a sterilised empty bottle from the dispensing machine. What a find! What a great idea! So we fed 1 euro into it and held the empty bottle under the refrigerated nozzle,.. Voila! One litre of fresh milk! And another 'nice touch',.. as the bottle is ...
... Found another aire overlooking the marina - quiet and spacious. Settled down for a quick nap. Our aim for the day was an aire at Doullens. Entered the coordinates into Snooper and it was a straightforward drive right to the parking area. By a stream, it was noisy during the afternoon, but as the day cooled to 30 degrees (!), the location was fabulous. When we arrived, there was just one ...
... so we had a lovely vista of the Channel and where we were going. The journey was over quickly and we climbed in the car again and continued to Dunkirk. Finding a car park quickly we made a bee line for the beach with our swim gear and packed lunch. The beach was not too busy, very sandy and vast. Along the sea front houses there were pictures of the Dunkirk evacuations which the ...