Premier Inn Dover - Eastern Ferry Terminal
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn Dover - Eastern Ferry Terminal
Ideally located close by the ferry terminal albeit we were heading to cruise terminal. Short walk to beach but a little ways from main township. Room was very comfortable and food offerings quite nice. Excellent value. Short taxi ride to cruise terminal.
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Glorious morning with the sun reflecting off the channel. Strolled along the seafront after breakfast. Do you know people were actually swimming in the Harbour? Brace souls. If it were the Mediterranean I might chance it but Dover, no fear. Cleared immigration and check-in, much less hassle than an airport and joined the priority lane to embark. …
A slow start as the M6 junction 20 down to 18 took 45 minutes. So after an hour we still adjacent to Tatton Park! The North East of London following the M25 is a grim looking place to traverse around. Thank heavens we live in leafy Cheshire. After that it was an easy run until the A2 heading for Dover. It was raining heavily and a BMW which had …
... was a perfect evening – the only thing missing was the Leafs game!
Sunday, I got to spend some quality time with Lucy who is quite a mover and shaker now! Ryan's parents, Ian and Chris, came over for a short visit. Then we headed back to the airport for my return flight. It
was a whirlwind visit but was exactly what I needed for a wonderful
Thanksgiving weekend away from home ...
We had a rest day, did our laundry, Peter wrote postcards. Then we shopped for in room dinner and breakfast and lunch on the train, at Marks and Spence, plus some fruit form the stalls set up in the main street of Dover. We walked through a market/activity day in the town park and decided to take advantage of the perfect weather, by strolling along the pier and waterfront, in preference to seeing the local ...
... on our second formal night when we dined on escargot, lobster, pheasant, beef Wellington and a signature chocolate dessert created especially for the cruise company by a chocolate expert that had some members of our party extolling its virtues for days after.
Norway - Skjolden. The weather did not look promising as we sailed down the Sognefjorden fjord in Norway on the way to our next destination early on Wednesday morning of week 2. ...