Chateau Ferme Hotel du Fief d'Herambault
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
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... being Sunday the cathedral wasn't open till 12.30 so we went on a river cruise along the canal where we heard a little history and saw some of the old buildings where some of the only remaining parts date back to Saxon times. It was really enjoyable. With the rest of our free time we went in all directions....some shopping, some for lunch and a few of us found.....you guessed it....a patchwork shop :) ...
The journey through England was fine until we hit Operation Stack. Somehow we still managed to reach Folkestone in good time for our train but overnight 'perturbation' by migrants meant all travellers were delayed by about two hours anyway, Made it to St Omer at about 7.20pm, just in time to make our way to this restaurant in the centre of what was quite a nice town. The hotel was very basic and a little musty smelling so we were pretty pleased to be saying just for the ...
... A bit of a small road to get here, so, perhaps not suitable for a late night arrival in the dark.
According to the ACSI book, the site has free 80% wifi coverage, but, I cannot connect, so presumably we are in the other 20%!
My Orange-France SIM card, is getting a signal, but, it is too weak to be useful. Of all the SIM cards I have acquired (Portugal, Spain, Germany, France), the Orange-France one ...
... and, off we go.
The plan is to do some last minute booze shopping at a large “Area Commercial” (Retail Park), near Boulogne. We usually aim to break even on the cost of the ferry crossing versus the saving in the coast of Wine, Gin etc compared to the UK.
Enroute, we call at a potential “Aire”, at Wissant (N50 53.210’ E1 40.224’). It is in our Aires book, as ...
... the German defenses on the Somme. Originally it was an Aussie soldier in shorts and rolled up sleeves bayonetting a (German) eagle sprawled out under his feet. The Germans dismantled it during WWII. In 1971 it was replaced by the standing Digger in his full kit & uniform as being more politically correct! Opposite this site was a home that runs Aussie Battlefields tours and whose gates have a large metal kangaroo and emu cutout on them.
Then it ...