L'Auberge de la Marine
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We had a bumpy night as there were high winds and some rain during the night ( think its tail end of storms in England). But we all slept for most of the night and work up to sunshine. We had breakfast and went for walk done to the shops there were lots of fish stalls and people buying it was like our sat mornings not Sunday. We walked up the shops and bought some baguettes, a meat pie and sausages from the butchers after a 30 min wait.
We went back to camper for lunch ...
... We were booked on the 10am ferry from Dover but, as we arrived early, we fell in line with the queue for the 9.15 sailing. The dock area was shrouded in fog which drifted in from the sea and, although we were promptly loaded onto the Pride of Boulogne, there was a bit of a pause while incoming ferries groped their way past the harbour entrance and nosed cautiously up to the loading ramp.
... first I left Dieppe by afternoon after saying the farewell to everyone and I got picked all the way to Honfleur while crossing the Normandy bridge. Quite Impressive! I visited Honfleur the whole day and napped on the city park and ate my lunch. Honfleur is a really great town, clean and typical with a great view on the bridge. I called Dominic and talk to Frank Gignac. Another nice thing is that its from Honfleur that Champlain left to found Quebec city as well as ...
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