With the exception of the bloody French train workers.People where pulling together for a change
Quick update on eldest sons travels - he made it out of the US of A last night and landed at CDG airport, Paris this morning. Found a seat on the Eurostar to get him back to Blighty and is now happily ensconsed in the sleeper on his way to Inversnekky.
Guess we'll have a wedding on Saturday after all :thumbright: :thumbright: :thumbright:
Thanks to everyone for working the XRV magic and blowing the dust away long enough for him to get home ;-)
apart from the ferry companies putting the price for a foot passenger up from £10 to £60 that is.People where pulling together for a change
The Guys at Dunkirk were very good but i imagine Calais been very buisy were not much help. The guy in the office found us a hotel and drove us to it at midnight so could not complain.apart from the ferry companies putting the price for a foot passenger up from £10 to £60 that is.
friend of mine and some others drove from Budapest to Calais and got on as foot passengers and were not too chuffed to find that out.