Wallett'S Court Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... its most expensive. But when the sun is shining and the scenery is this good, who cares that Barb's King Crab lunch at the fish market cost €40 or that an accompanying beer costs the equivalent AUD$17? Certainly not us on this day.
And so it ends. After a final day cruising the open ocean of the North Sea, with oil platforms, oil tankers and other cruise ships in sight for much of the way, we arrived back in Dover to a bright sunny ...
Today we set off to visit our first Granddaughter in London. Oh and also Justin and Nicky :). 10.00 saw us on the road to Calais. We had booked the ferry to Dover, leaving at 22.00 as this was the cheapest time in which to travel.
After an eight hour drive, we arrived in Calais and parked at the ferry car park to wait ...
... the M25 and M20 and we arrived no less than four hours early for our ferry. A very grumpy ticket-man-in-booth, who asked "Didn't you see the red cross? This station is closed. That's why everyone else has gone to other terminals." To which I responded, "No, and we haven't seen another vehicle since we arrived!" While we waited for the ferry (we were allowed to catch an earlier ...
... a very bumpy landing we arrived at the terminal with s very quick disembarkation of the plane, but without a goodbye or thanks you from the air stewardess but a hope u had a nice flight from the Canadian cleaning team about to get onto the plane. The mass scrabble to find the right line at passport control was as normal as expected. With a quick connect to the FREE ( and let's say amazing wifi) a simple message of "landed safely in Toronto" ...
... tightly in a ball, hugging my knees into my chest and she injected some anaesthetic......then some more anaesthetic!! Then she grabbed her very long needle (actually i couldn't see it so imagined it was very long) and just as she said: "Don't move", I got cramp.....but daren't move!! As she struggled to find the "space" in the spine with the needle, my right foot jerked wildly, I feared I would be paralysed because I had been told not to move and she ...