Thon Hotel Bristol Stephanie
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... about for ages getting themselves seated. Plane took off and as soon as Seatbelt sign was off all these people wanted the toilet! Congestion in aisles compromised cabin service. Got a drink five minutes before landing. So happy to see my Auntie Margaret and Uncle Ronnie waiting for me at Manchester Terminal One. After over two weeks in Northern Spain it was so great to have a long chat in English, not to mention a lovely roast at the Pig and Whistle, complete with Yorkshire ...
So, after many hours of planning, drafts and re-drafts of our potential route, Kim and I set off on our trip of a lifetime. We had an early start, getting up at 4.30 to catch the 5.33 St Pancras train from Redhill. Probably a tad unnecessary, but we didn't want to miss the first train.
When we got to St Pancras, Dad snuck off and got us some bubbly and some orange juice to start our day off with a cheeky Buck's Fizz on the Eurostar (thanks ...
... had to have a Belgium waffle for lunch, with cream and chocolate sauce... Mmmmm :) We attempted to find the place that does hot chocolates with melted chocolate but failed at that. So we just continued to shop in the many chocolatier shops around the town before it was time to get back on the bus. We were on the bus for a few more hours, arriving at Calais in France for our Ferry at around 4. Here we said goodbye ...
... once a bite had been taken and realizing it was the banana that Nick had ordered , for example . We did feel somewhat sick at the end of the film but we had managed to get through most of them, After the film we did a little more site seeing with a walk for an hour or 2 across to the palace area and the south east area of the Grand Square and back to our homely van for a snack before bed , and of course a little Belgian beer ...
It's D-Day here in Europe...yep driving on the wrong side of the road day. We half successfully made our way back to Charles De Gaulle airport, we only got lost twice! And signed over our lives for our brand new Citroen. As she is now affectionately known, Deasie, is a brand new Citroen DS3- Dsport diesel, who is all kinds of cute. Deasie will be our modus transportus ( just getting my Latin on) for the next month. Now, I know some of you ...