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... at the Tour de Jeanne D'Arc which turned out to be a First World War memorial, then pointed the car north for the drive to Calais. Stopped a couple of times for a break and got to Calais around 5:30. A quick purchase of wine from Majestic, then off to check in at the hotel. La Bonne Auberge at Brêmes, is basic and clean. I'm eating here tonight so we'll see how it compares with ...
... in desperate need of a good shower. The shops were a bit grimy and just in general the area was the anti-stereotype of the high fashion, sophisticated French. It was surprising actually.
Well how did we end up here you might ask? Well, we opted to go to this part of France because we’d never been there before and to be honest, when we (meaning me) booked the apartment, I thought it was Southern Belgium. So my screw up on geography landed us in this ...
We arrived in StOmer at 0400 local time. We found the campercar parking with no troubles and joined the only other van there.
All shattered we promptly got our heads down and managed approximately 15 minutes sleep before the first of the VERY noisy freight trains passed by our rear window. Trains followed hourly till ...
... A pitcher of rose wine and we really believed we were in France.
Because of the early start, (or maybe the wine?) we then went for a nap.
We're off out now to eat, yet again, before a reasonably early night as we have an early start in the morning.
We will really have to cut down but it's our first day so, who cares!
Don't know when the next post will be but, hopefully, day after tomorrow from Baden-Baden.
Dunkerque - Flemish for dunes and church. Now I think about it, Dunkirk sounds rather Scottish.
This town was the scene of an enormous evacuation in the Second World War, rescuing huge numbers of Allied troops surrounded by the Germans. The town took exceedingly heavy damage during ...