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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Ring ring. Ouch, it’s 5:00 in the morning. Time to start our day. The staff at Travelodge were kind enough to have a hot breakfast ready for us at 5:30 so we could depart for Ashford International Station (the Chunnel) at 6am. We pulled out of the lot in our trusty people mover and were off through a series of roundabouts and tree covered sections of road on our way. There was some confusion about what to do with the people mover as ...
... for me.
I ate lunch at a cute restaurant where I had a piece of quiche that came with a tiny pasta salad and a pile of micro greens. It only cost 10 euros and was very good and very filling! After lunch I walked out of town and down to the windmill. The path was also the bike path so I had to keep my ears and eyes open. There were lots of bikes! I also found the area that contains a reconstruction of part of the ...
... us went for a bike ride, but they were running short of bikes, so Darren and Mike looked like the Goodies on a tandem! We experienced the etiquette of sharing the narrow cobbled streets with busses, cars and pedestrians, and the importance of paying attention to which way the bike lanes go... when the locals were coming towards us at one stage!
Walked back to the hostel via the ...
... Lake District and Lloyd and Janine – probably around our age or a bit younger who were from Wales – and since we talked to someone else from Wales at some stage in the last day or so I can’t remember if they were from Cardiff or Swansea – I think it was Swansea. Anyway they were all great company and we chatted and laughed our way through dinner, and I was so busy doing that I forgot to take my usual food photos. Need to get my ...
... to share with Vernon. On top of all of this, we were served complimentary warm crispy rolls with butter and house made country pate. On reflection, although it was expensive it was good value for money and we were both so full we could not complete the meal.
After our feast we basically wandered around all day, clocking up at least 10km but thoroughly enjoying ourselves. We headed to the train station to get new tickets for France ...