Hotel du Beffroi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel du Beffroi Calais
Travel Blogs from Calais
... The boulangeries. The audiences when we attached Smartie to Monty. The wonderful bottles of wine and aperitifs that we tried along the way. The villages where we parked. The sandy beaches of the Mediterranean when I wasn't being sandblasted. The fetes and fayres of French towns. The markets. The cathedrals, churches and monuments. The bird life. The cheapness of living and going out. July 14th in Carcassonne. The chaos of the Western fete. The Cassoulet fete ...
... during the cooking of dinner, we run out of gas. We return home in 2 days, but decide that we will buy gas anyway as we can cook breakfast and dinner and make hot drinks, so it will be cheaper than eating out (canisters are around 35 euros). We head into Carrefour with our empty canister and find a replacement, but for the first time in 6 months, they will not sell it without the stopper on top. Normally, the buyer takes the stopper off the new can and gives it back to ...
... everything up! Oh well, plenty of time yet.
Sunday February 8th
Didn't realise we'd stayed at the hotel hosting the international door banging contest last night, but it appears we had. The French team definitely won.
Left Calais and set off to Belgium. Poor Calais, does anyone stay longer than the one night? Even if you put two nights into Expedia it automatically reverts back to one. Had an ...
... Orsay. This should be a must if you want to see the works of Masters (Monet, Renoir, Cezanne, Picasso and others) in a wonderfully simple setting and with no crowds. In fact there was so much it was overwhelming. So, that was the culmination of another fabulous day. Tomorrow is Versailles day.
When we said Versailles day, we should have stipulated ‘all things Versailles but not the Chateau’. This is because we ‘did’ the Chateau big-time last time. Not ...
... out to be 70 miles and an hour ride in twisty hills.
But Calais is only about 600 kms, and on the German roads, we are traveling at around 130 kph.
The concept of " we'll leave after breakfast" was a lot more immediate than I expected, too.
As we finished breaky, and the dozen or so that were leaving now were saying to each other "see you down at the bikes", so I went to my room to gather my packed bags, and went down to ...