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... defined areas for each motorhome, McDonalds was next door so we could use their internet whilst we had a coffee, and for the princely sum of €3,00 you could get 30mins of electricity or 120L of water – but that was the only costs involved. We had a very relaxing night and think that we are going to like using Aires du Camping (in France) and Stellplätze (in Germany).
Breakfast in France, Lunch in Belgium, Coffee in Luxemburg and dinner in ...
... few peaks to fight for a hillock of ground appeared to become all consuming, consuming of everything.
We left with a far greater depth of understanding and some links to this part of France.
And here we are now back in London ready for Harry Potter world tomorrow, not to mention a fantastic visit to Madame Tussards this afternoon. Ben and Eleanor, actually all of us, thought it great.
Departed Cantebury and set off for Dover. Our European adventure starts!
A calm, uneventful crossing and an easy drive to our first overnight stop in France, in Boiry Notre Dame. Arrived mid-afternoon – an acceptable site but clearly a "transit" location for Calais bound tourists. All the locations were grass and the reception apologised for ...
... reception. The tourist information found me an hotel and when I went for some food the waitress gave me a warm smile.
What makes it worse is my step grandfather worked in the mines there, my Father went to school there with his brothers and sister and my other grandfather was there during the first world war.
If you ever want to go to the first world war attractions in Cambrai do not stay in the town just vivit for the day
... than on previous outings in the city. As we made our way toward the restaurant, we encountered thousands of people with blue and pink flags waving signs and donning stickers protesting gay-marriage. As we passed, Anthony called some of them "homophobes" and was floored that some of the people had put protest stickers on their children. Later, he explained to our students that France was actually a very progressive country and that most of the people at the protest were not from ...