Suite Novotel Calais Coquelles Tunnel sous La Manche
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... the runway as the throttle and power started you could feel the water under the wheels as the plane played moving side to side a small amount. Finally up we go for the first of seven flights on the trip. The usual happened drinks followed by food with more drinks and more and more followed again by a small wrap snack before we landed. Not an eventful flight with the small amount of turbulence and the mix of friendly and stuckup air ...
... first storm was quite brief but the one that followed had us put our rain jackets on for 40 minutes or so....... but this was only the second time of using them since Rome!
The wind was a bit pesky for most of the day though, making us work harder and knocking back our cruising speed. We passed through an area where there were lots of old spoil heaps and a village called Marles les Mines soon followed. We stopped for coffee ...
... a quick look in the bookstore we decided to split up for an hour or so. Corry and the girls wanted to spend some time shopping in some of the neat little shops in the town centre. I made my way to the ruins of St. Augustine's Abbey, just down the road from the cathedral.
In 597 Saint Augustine arrived in England, having been sent by Pope Gregory I, on what might nowadays be called a revival mission. He was allowed to found a monastery just outside the walls of Canterbury to ...
... with two good legs, but unfortunately Chelle had slipped out of the campervan in the morning and had twisted her ankle badly. Without a word of complaint, we traipsed around and took in the eating hall, the chapel, the king’s bedroom (styled as Henry II’s), the king’s study, military paraphernalia through the ages, and fighting posts.
We ran out of time to see ...
Left the house at just after 3pm to pick Dunc up from his work. After waiting outside and then showing some of his work colleagues round the beautiful machine. We then set off for the 18:20 channel tunnel crossing. We've both always wanted a head turner for a car, however neither of us really envisaged it would be a 19 year old Toyota. Hit heavy traffic on the M25, had ...