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... is within easy driving distance (approximately 100 miles) of Calais / Dunkirk, mostly on free motorway.
There are four free EHU hook-ups.
The campervan service point is free, indeed, the whole thing is free.
There is a ...
... plain, has always held strategic importance. In the time of Julius Caesar there was a Gallic village named Bibrax where the Remis (inhabitants of the country round Reims) had to meet the onset of the confederated Belgae. Whatever may have been the precise locality of that battlefield, Laon was fortified by the Romans, and successively checked the invasions of the Franks, Burgundians, Vandals, Alans and Huns. It was incredible as the coach ...
... and they had the big guns. A big generator driven water-blaster, wash brush, hose, soapy water. We were set and the beast got the birthday from hell. What a great bonus and we enjoyed making it all shiny again as it hadn't had a birthday for awhile. So everything worked out fine and tomorrow we head to Calais on our last leg of our journey in our camper and we shall see if this chap we have been dealing with is genuine or we are just mugs. I hope not but who ...
... a hot dog and a quiche. The whole affair was topped off by the bathroom experience. On the upside, there was a bathroom avaialable at the cafe, on the downside, there was only one bathroom...the boys and the girls all sharing and there were no doors...anywhere. Carol and I coped but the boys (from the tour group) had stage fright and the Welsh ladies were paralised and giggling.
Lunch done and back on the bus (and a little beer-affected in ...
... world and a Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery. It also has an Information Centre which opened in 2004 and contains many records of lost soldiers and modern informative displays.
In their 45 days on the Somme, the Australian divisions had launched 19 attacks at a cost of 23 000 casualties, or half the starting strength of their 46 Battalions! Virtually every survivor had shell shock - a neurosis causing ...