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  • The Somme CentenaryDay 1 Even though we didn't have to be at the Shuttle terminal for our train to France until 1015 or so we still had to have an early start. I had to take Reggie off to his weekend away at Posted by InvictaMoto in France | Jul 3, 2016
  • J’arrive en France à l’aéroport d’Orly! Ca c’est l’aéroport d’Orly, où j’ai atterri et j’ai commencé mon voyage en France. Je suis excité de rencontrer ma famille d’accueil et de voir où je vis. J’espèr Posted by khloekardash in Khloe Kardashian's Voyage en France | Mar 12, 2020
  • StrasbourgThe rain followed us from Colmar to Strasbourg and as we left we saw unfortunately there had been another train derailment this time the line from Strasbourg to Paris. It didn’t impact us yet as we transitioned from Colmar. Arriving Posted by bonne vie in Trip of a lifetime | Mar 11, 2020
  • Where fairytales are madeWe signed up for a day tour with Alsace Safari to see more of the region towns, a castle and some wine tasting. The Alsace region is renowned for a 170 klm route of vineyards and wine making and Posted by bonne vie in Trip of a lifetime | Mar 7, 2020
  • Dora's Last TripDestination Boulogne. Döra and I set off in good time. After the strike and rioting by migrants in Calais, both ferry and shuttle services had been suspended. In the end it was plain sailing into the terminal and checking in was a Posted by InvictaMoto in France | Jun 24, 2015
  • French WeekendJour Un Way back in the spring we went to a free travel show at the Dover Ferry Terminal and as usual entered loads of competitions to win cruises and holiday. In the end we did get a lucky a free Posted by InvictaMoto in France | Oct 6, 2014
  • France for the DayNot on the bike but in the car. It was Claire's friend, Elizabeth's birthday recently and a trip across to France seemed like a good idea. She's not been for a while and we don't need any excuse to get the Posted by InvictaMoto in France | Sep 15, 2014
  • The land where babies come fromColmar is a magical small town of approximately 70,000 inhabitants that swell with tourists. Our apartment is in the middle of the historic centre with the colourful medieval and Renaissance houses all around, the former customs house and the Posted by bonne vie in Trip of a lifetime | Mar 5, 2020
  • MotoGP Le Mans 2012Day 1 The day started well. Sunny. Met Woody (my brother Neill) at the Stop 24 services and fuelled up and the had 3 mile ride to the Shuttle. The train was packed with bikes all heading one way or another Posted by InvictaMoto in France | May 21, 2012
  • Somme Day TripThe Battle of the Somme began in the early hours of the 1st July 1916. "The Big Push" that would throw the German Army back towards Belgium from the line running across Picardy. The offensive started with a huge bombardment Posted by InvictaMoto in France | Jul 17, 2006
  • On the SommeToday's trip was simply to give Red Pepé a run out. My school holiday/vacation was coming to an end. I wanted to be away and savour the days of freedom that were soon to end with the start of the Posted by InvictaMoto in France | Aug 19, 2019
  • MotoGP Le Mans 2019Day 1 This trip would be a slight reprise of the trip we did back in 2012. As usual the Shuttle was late leaving the UK end. Only 40 minutes so not long. Quiet if long no toll ride down. Made longer by Posted by InvictaMoto in France | May 20, 2019
  • Three go to France 16Day 1 A bit of a fraught start with the car seemingly needing to be bigger than it is. In the end the Tardis effect worked and the boot/trunk was full and half the back seat not occupied by Reggie was Posted by InvictaMoto in France | Oct 10, 2016
  • Three go to France 17Day 1 Part 1 Up early and the car packed. We were actually earlier than planned. No queues at check-in, allocated Train V, and we were in the dog play area for Reggie to run about. But as usual with Eurotunnel the Posted by InvictaMoto in France | May 13, 2017
  • Exploring Montmartre and Basilique Sacré-Cœur[center][/center]May 28, 2019 — Day 19 (Tuesday) [b][float=left][img=https: Posted by Beausoleil in Paris Blog and Lots of Tips for Visitors | Feb 28, 2020
  • j'ai arrivé Aujourd'hui, je suis arrivé à Villefranche-sur-mer! J'ai raté le vol, alors j'attends à l'aéroport pour le prochain vol. Le vol était ennuyeux, mais tout ici est beau et fait que mon pays d'origine ressemble à des ordures et je suis Posted by theodore.bundy in Mon évasion en France | Feb 28, 2020
  • The Gorges de VerdonThe medieval entrance to the historic city of Entrevaux north of Nice looks like a bit of kitsch to attract tourists - but it was actually built in 1658... Behind the city's impressi Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Jun 24, 2005
  • Charles Devall CentenaryNot really jour un but après-midi un. Claire got off work a little early and we set off for the Tunnel. There was hardly anyone checking in and the parking was almost empty. But the train before our scheduled departure Posted by InvictaMoto in France | Sep 14, 2015
  • Love Blossoms in CannesAs we set off on our first trip together it would seem that the whole world is celebrating our new found love, We have only been together for a few days on the Cotes d'Azure and it seems that the Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Jun 21, 2005
  • Metz Christmas MarketThe original plan was to go to Cologne for the Christmas market, but as we didn't have winter tyres fitted we decided to go to France instead. We were up about 0530 on Saturday and checked in at the Shuttle less Posted by InvictaMoto in France | Dec 23, 2013
  • France Trip 2012Day 1 We were up and ready to leave in good time. Once on the way I discovered my phone was at home and turned around. Not to worry plenty of time to fill up CC with petrol and still arrive Posted by InvictaMoto in France | Aug 24, 2012
  • Normandy TripI checked the bike out the night before we were to leave. The tyres were perfect and I had to give her 250ml of 20w/50 to take it back to the full line in the sight glass. Then I checked Posted by InvictaMoto in France | Sep 1, 2009
  • Jardins de ValloiresIt was initially Nigel’s idea to go to France over the BH Weekend, and originally Monday. Claire and I were the only ones in the Kent Centre that were up for it and we couldn’t do Monday, but could do Posted by InvictaMoto in France | Aug 26, 2007
  • Arrassing AboutSaturday Probably, for the first time ever we arrived with plenty of time to spare at the Shuttle terminal at Cheriton! But, sadly, the recently introduced "self check-in" was defeating the hordes car drivers that were unable to stretch their ar Posted by InvictaMoto in France | Sep 11, 2006
  • A Week in FitouDay 1 - Motorail Despite scare stories that P&O were charging a supplement on anyone arriving for the wrong boat, either early or late, we had no problems getting an earlier crossing with Steve and Bobby. The mini-group for this tour was Posted by InvictaMoto in France | Sep 2, 2005
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