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... Channel it became really murky and misty. just like being at home.
It was getting quite dark by the time we got to Wissant and there were only 2 other MH's there. At least we could listen to Radio 2 while we prepared our evening meal.
... around the empty-ish streets looking in the closed shop windows. Antwerp is the diamond capital of the world so there were plenty of jewellers but most of the ones where we were looked more Ratners than Tiffany's.
We went and had a look around a chocolatier that was open, went in a bar and had a half of Stella and then stopped at a street corner vendor and bought a waffle. So that was pretty much Belgium done and ...
After the morning of history in Belgium, we headed back into France, towards Dunkirk for a bit of beach relaxation. Whilst the weather wasn't the sunniest, it was still a warm day and the beach in Dunkirk was lovely and sandy.
After a few games we hired a quadracycle and caused carnage along ...
... around. Hotel F1 it says.
Two hotels. Both with yellow signage. Right next door to each other. One is called Première Classe ie first class. One is called Hotel F1 ie formula one. A bit bloody confusing. I wonder how many people have tried a key card from one in the door of the other. Or had breakfast at the wrong hotel. Or worse.
As to the Hôtel ...
... we arrive at the campsite in Germany. I have flown and taken the train to France before and I have always gone through passport control. I guess 6am is too early for customs!
After several big motorways, some traffic delays and about a million trucks we arrive into Wurzburg, the first stop on the Romantic Road in Bavaria. It is extremely hot here – high 20s ...