TripAdvisor Reviews Relais Romelaere Saint Omer
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After getting off the Euro Tunnel Train it was a bit of guess work as to where we would go. It was pouring with rain and cold and windy so we decided that we wouldn't go far. We have a great camp site app so I checked a few out and we hunkered down in a delightful little campground where the french lady was helpful, lovely and oh so French. Loved that. We were camper bound for the day but by ...
... touching them over the years and you can be immersed in the waters at a purpose built block just around the corner. Not sure what to make of the many visitors looking for a cure or easing of their pain who make it here in good faith, but if they find solace you can't really hold it against them. I didn't see any sign of the holy spirit myself but hey, who am I to judge.
From here we headed to the Dordogne, which in fact is just the name of a river which runs through ...
... for two in the middle of a huge room. There were about a dozen monks seated in silence round the outside of the room. The meal proceeded without a word. Not quite the usual Kilpatrick melee I am used to (but then it was all male). I am sure the food was adequate for the boys spending all day in prayer but I was left just a little wanting. Still I mustn't grumble as no charge was made for bed or food "for pilgrims".
No Wi-fi ...
... quite strange in a cemetery that was so neatly and symmetrically laid out. It turns out that the cross marks the location of medic station during the war and the graves nearby were those that were buried during the war when they couldn’t be saved by the medics. Among these were the graves of three German soldiers and the main difference we could see was that their tombstones were very plain - there was no formal explanation as to why these graves were here and ...
... very long. We then get our red and green lights which mean get ready, so we quickly switched off our kettle and started the engine and got lines ready – but nothing for ages, so we tied up again and switched off the engine. We then saw water turbulence as though it was a lock but we still thought it was a lift. Eventually we saw a vertical gate lift and reveal the entrance and 1 boat came out, and then we had green light so went in. It was the biggest lock we have ...
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