Premier Inn Folkestone - Channel Tunnel
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The hotel is situated with convenience if you are travelling through to the channel. For us it was convenient to the historical places we wanted to visit.
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Well we had a very full day today. Kel enjoyed a continental breakfast served up by a "batman", for you non military types a valet. He even spread his toast for him, stirred his coffee, what a dream, thanks Roger. I did tell him not to expect it from me any time in the near future! We tripped off to the cemetery to finish off cleaning up the grave …
Arrived, ate biscuits, showered, bed.
Need to be up at 6.15am for the eight o'clock ferry. That means half of a proper night’s sleep. Urgh.
I stopped for keep-me-awake coffee at about 11pm at Reading Services. The place was deserted. There were more members of staff (about five) than customers (me). I had a Sicilian lemon muffin my coffee. Tasty.
In the past few years Sicilian lemons and products ...
... Black Horse Farm Caravan Club Site, Folkestone, it has the advantage of having a separate area for Ferry / Tunnel users, so, you can arrive and leave "out of hours". We arrive in the pouring rain, and dark. The Motorcycle trailer lashings giving a problem, don’t know it at the time, but, I have tied the ratchet buckle incorrectly, so, it is working itself loose as we travel. We eat, sleep, and leave in dark, 5:15 in the morning, to go to the Channel ...
Off to Dover Castle, where did the beautiful sun go? Went from shorts to multiple layers.
What a great site for fortifications. The history here goes back to BC, then the Romans arrived about 2000 years ago and there are still remnants of their buildings. William the Conquerer defeated King Harold in 1066 @ the Battle of ...
We had the first pickups of the month, in fact the only ones as the rest come in by post. So we decided to drop in to see Jackie. The traffic was diabolical, the A249 started it, backed right back to the A2, then it was ok on the M2, Gravesend was OK as well. From there we headed to Eltham via the A20. Backed up back to Queen Mary's Hospital. We got to Five Ways and it was fine after that. We think the list were out of phase. We managed to chat a couple of things through and it looks ...