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LIVE TR: Les Coches, Paradiski

 Poster: A snowHead
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@Layne, Thanks for all the updates.

I'm a great fan of Les Coches and your pictures have brought back many happy memories and prompted much future planning snowHead
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Drive home was as you would expect quiet. Our apartment was easy to clean and we are so well routined in the art of being readied to leave that despite not having to rush we were on the road well before midday. We did a supermarket stop for some journey provisions, wine and cheese, and to buy Christmas dinner! We made the faux pas of thinking Buffalo Grill would be open in the evening. Going to one of the chain of restaurants known as Buffalo Grill has become a bit of a family tradition after we discovered the one in Chambery open on new years eve when other places weren't. It's not Michelin star food but he kids love the chicken wings, the steaks are decent and the ambience and service is always good for what it is. And they are often in handy locations for tourers. Anyway, I've heard before not to expect anything to be open Christmas Eve in France but we seemed to have had a brain block on this occasion. We stopped off at Beaune for a late afternoon/early evening stroll but still with no dinner stop and quiet motorways we arrived way way too early for our tunnel crossing. It was dead but instead of bumping us onto an early train they wanted to charge £97 for the privilege. There was a thread somewhere else recently about this seemingly new practice. Shame on you Eurotunnel. So we had a tedious wait at the Calais terminal before resuming the journey. On arrival home we've half unpacked, drank lots of tea, opened chrissy presents, made a fire, cooked and ate Christmas dinner (lamb) and drank a little wine and beer.

Reflecting on the week in no way can it be described as vintage but it was fun, we made the best of it and it was a lot better than being in the bloody office!
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