Hotel Restaurant L'Industrie
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Another day, another mode. Today we went by Eurotunnel to Calais. This has got worse since our list trip with long queues to go through French and British border control. So much so that they have reduced the number of cars getting a security check. If you want a reason why the security checks on Eurostar are superfluous, it's the fact that you could bring a ton of semtex onto a shuttle train so ...
Our last day travelling to Calais. Frosty again. We set off towards the motorway, We plan to blast along it to be there by lunch time. Not long after we left the canal side we saw signs for Nouvion!! Allo Allo fans will know that is the fictitious town where Rene's cafe is! What a surprise! As we passed through Nouvion we could see it was nothing like the TV set, what a disappointment. The motorway wasn't too busy and the whole journey was on the flat, not a hill in sight ...
... pineapple & strawberries + four different kinds of bread + the usual croissants completed the meal.
Although the journey up to St Omer is not very picturesque, we loved having sunshine so being able to see the countryside all around us.
Entering Picardie there were lots of reminders of WW1 which bring you down to earth. Passing Vimy we caught a glimpse ...
... s Cathedral in Perth. A stone copy of the cross is now in Villers-Bretonneux.
A surprise email from Suzanne & Bill from Geelong Victoria saying they will be in Tours in the Loire valley this coming week.
Quick change of plan to meet up. Making our way this afternoon to Paris for a couple of days before joining them in Tours.
... were too busy looking for a space. We moored alongside Betty on Pandora, a 37’ Dutch barge. Who invited us on board for a cup of tea and chocolate biscuits. A lovely warm welcome.
She is from Dublin and on her own at present, waiting for a friend to come and help her moved the boat further down towards the Med. The other 2 boats were Zambezi and Siyabonga which are both brand new full size Dutch Barges (£250k each).
We then had a walk into Bethune ...