Suite Novotel Calais Coquelles Tunnel sous La Manche
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... and we take the opportunity to grab some unimpressive food. Lloyd whinges how much he paid for his sandwich then bought another. Fed and watered we chill a while and it slowly dawns on us that it is going to be tight to get to the TGV on time. We dock; transfer, then head for to the Taxi rank for a cab to take us to Calais-Fréthun. But there are no taxis here and we have only 15 minutes ...
Although we had left Falmouth early we arrived into Dover only at 7am. We had opted for a 9 am departure so had a leisurely breakfast thinking to let all the passengers with flights and a need to be somewhere get off ahead of us. We should have been the last departure but the luggage was still being unloaded when we got the go ahead at 9.30am and we were lucky our bags were all there. we had to wait for Enterprise to bring ...
... Cathedral, our first stop on the itinerary. Canterbury Cathedral is one of the oldest and most famous Christian structures in England and is the Cathedral of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Leader of the Church of England. The cathedral was founded in 597 but was completely re-built between 1070 and 1077.
The inside of the cathedral is an amazing place. In 1170, the then Archbishop Thomas Becket was murdered in the cathedral by knights of King Henry II. A shrine to ...
... our way to the beach and we caught up with a lovely person Harry once knew when they were young children and I had never met. We were sadden that we did not havd much time to catch up with her so after a quick chat, we had to say goodbye. Back at Aunty Joyce's, we had our hurried coffee whilst everyone else was slowing waking from their slumber. Again goodbyes were difficult but we had ...
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 ...