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Yes its time to go home - Reading have a home game tomorrow evening! (Rob is a season ticket holder and he's missed several games already!)
The weather was drizzly but still had a very strong wind blowing. We're really glad we are booked on the tunnel and not on a ferry!
We got there early and they offered us the 8.50 train instead of the 9.50 am one. - ...
In the night we had been disturbed by the arrival of a large French MH and a small white car .They then spent a while chatting while they transferred stuff from the boot of the car into the MH.........
The night before we had noticed an enormous Concord MH - one of the biggest we have seen- as big as a coach or ...
It rained heavily overnight but the wind was not too bad. We wanted to keep our waiting time in the port to a minimum. But we still needed to leave by 9. There were still 55km to go and that should take less than an hour provided there are no traffic delays. There were queues at the passport control and we waited...... Then onto DSDF checking and a lovely fellow who came and scanned Millie. All ...
... because coming back here would mean we would be driving away from Calais towards the east and then come back on ourselves on Thursday. So this might be the last post before we arrive back in Coventry on Thursday.
Dnes jsme jeli neco pres 3,5 hodin smerem na St. Omer a nasli jsme, kde je ten veterinar. Jeden kemp, ktery je asi 1 mili odtamtud, byl hodne plny a drahy, tak jsme nasli jiny asi pul hodiny jizdy. ...
... wherever we looked. Constantine, who was proclaimed emperor in York, built a palace in Trier, and the great hall or basilica still exists, now converted to a Protestant church.
Constantine’s mother, St Helen (commemorated in York with a church and a square named after her) brought various treasures back from the Holy Land, including a robe said to have been worn by Jesus. This is now kept in ...