Hotel Westminster & Spa
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- Room service
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Bit of a sleep in this morning. Had a great FaceTime with Andrea and saw Amelie and Riley. Niiki's mother Jill has died so Nikki is in England. Luckily he made it before she died. Amelie is such a dear little baby and so good. Riley seems to have got over terrible twos for now. That made us a bit late for breakfast and we had to rush a bit. Derek …
Woken by the alarm at 6.30 for an early breakfast and meeting Greg at 7.45 to deposit our bags and head off. The tour group was going to Villers-Bretonneux etc and we did that thoroughly just two years ago. Instead we got a cab to Gare Nord and caught a fast train north to Arras which was the scene of a huge battle in April 1917. It was a quaint …
... dinner Dave chose La Scala, because we both fancied a pizza. We toasted his birthday with a glass of Sangria and I sang happy birthday to him...quietly! The pizza's were enormous, how Dave managed to eat all if his I don't know. Creme brûlée /ice cream for pudding, then tea/coffee and we were stuffed! €40, our cheapest meal this holiday. When we came out it was raining, but we didn't care because we have had a great, sunny few ...
... e...only on the outside though. 5pm we are back in the Hotel for our complementary drink, to share, then to our room to rest before dinner tonight. 7.30pm and we were in Les Ramparts. Dave had scallops then skate wing. I had skate wing then sorbets. It was very nice until we went to pay and the credit card wouldn't work. In fact we tried three, all Nationwide ones, but none of them worked. We had to pay in cash...lucky I had some with ...
... and we were off to investigate. We learned that Boulogne-sur-Mer is nicknamed 'city of art and history'. The archway took us to the old town, and it's cobbled streets. Practically the first bar we came across was were we stopped for a glass of wine. It was still sunny and warm enough to sit outside. The glass of wine was enormous, the glass was big enough to wash your feet in! I bought myself a pair of oven mitts from the little shop ...