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TravelPod Member ReviewsWelcome Hotel Dunkerque
The hotel is OK and the staff are friendly. It is in the middle of town and is well signposted. Not a great hotel but clean and only for a few days as there is little storage so you live out of your suitcase.
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Our plan when we left Corps after the Tour de France was to retrace our steps and return to the top of Italy to set ourselves up for an attack on the Croatian coast. The weather in that area has been so hot and uncomfortable for riding we decided to go with Plan B!
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... how many Muslims we saw there, both on the stalls as well as in the buying public. We found a strategically positioned cafe and sat with a 'cafe au lait' and watched the world go by. At 12.00 noon, the shopping day came to an abrupt end (except for the boulangeries). Even the church was closed from 12.00 noon to 2.30pm! (So no sinners could be saved for those 2.5 hours). The showers continued to threaten through the afternoon,.. though we were able to venture out for another ...
... Dunkirk Beach. After visiting a small museum about the D-Day landings we visited the beach which was packed as it was 100 years since the excavation of the Allies back to Britain. It was also Bastille Day. The day the French Revolution kicked off. We then went back home after a long and rather tiring day as we were headed to Amsterdam the next day. From ...
... 000 graves as well as a memorial to the missing, a semicircular wall inscribed with the names of a further 35,000 men whose bodies were never recovered. Tyne Cot overlooks the shallow valley that gently shelves up to Passchendaele. This village was the British objective in the Third Battle of Ypres, but torrential rain & intensive shelling turned the valley into a giant quagmire. ...
... neatly entered into the dogs papers with nice photos and all, but!!!!!......The evil witch said, that we must have a timestamp (Clock time) besides the date of the vaccinations. So, just because there was no timestamp, she said we couldn't enter the ferry. What now? Next, the evil witch left us standing there, because she had "other" victims to take care of. So, when she finally got around to it, she told us that the papers are not valid anymore and we ...