L'Auberge Everhotel de Somain
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... lined gum-boots and we did our last shop before our departure. Thursday morning, we headed down to the Harbour in Dover, and because we arrived in plenty of time and the ferries were running late, we were moved to an earlier boat, but then it was full-steam ahead for France!
When we landed in France, we made our way to Lens (near Lille) where we had the chance to have our first experience in an Aires du Camping. The camping spot in Lens is new, ...
... and "hefty lefty" (thanks Tim) to keep us on the correct side of the road in moments of crisis..........our relationship with our Sat Nav improved greatly when we got used to her accent and we became confident in her abilities. Our run back to Paris was flawless with not a misake, and following her directions got us in on time with no frayed tempers! We liked her so much we are going to meet ...
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 ...
... into the visitor’s book (Jase’s grammar leading to the word-of-the-day great-great grandfather) and took note of the gravesite.
Nieppe was a nice little town with a big elegant church, as pretty much every small village in northern France seems to have. At the end of the main street down a quite little side street on the outskirts of town is the Pont-d’ Achelles Military Cemetery.
Mum had told me ...
... even had a real toilet - with a real toilet seat and toilet paper and soap and a hand towel. I felt like I had won the lottery.
After that I really needed to make up some time as I had a fair distance to go and the afternoon was marching on. I was going cross country and had written down all the road numbers I needed. I was doing fine until I got to an intersection that didn't make sense. It was some time before I realised that the D977 on the map ...