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    Hello Wanderers,

    Away in Maastricht at the moment. Will be on the case sorting out rooms etc. on my return to Blighty.

    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChasMill View Post
    Excellent - tell SWMBO that Mrs ChasMill (Jane) is on board so she will at least have some female company!
    I've done exactly that Charlie, I may even extend the weekend if it's nice.

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    Richard,
    If a double room can be sorted, myself and pauline would like to come along

    Dxtans
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    Going Down on a Signal 15 !

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    On a curious note

    I can not make this one and would be interested in another.

    BUT

    What trains form where to where?
    I presume you are putting Bikes on the trains.

    Malc

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    Doh !

    I now see reading your September trip.

    The TUNNEL train.

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    Richard,
    If you still have a single room I would like to join you.
    Regards
    Matt
    I always wondered why my surname began with G and ended with S

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    Excellent.

    I meant to sort out the rooms today but work got in the way.

    I will do it next week, on my return.

    I am half-confident that everyone that wants to join us will get the room they want.

    Cheers,

    Richard

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    Flipping heck I better make sure that the better half comes along now, especially as she will have female company.

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    All done....

    The hotel has confirmed ALL our rooms.

    Wanderers are:

    Wapping
    Chas Mill (double)
    dxtans (double)
    brianmaslen (double)
    Matt Gibbs
    RUS25R
    Stuart Daniels (via another site)



    Richard

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    our train booked:

    OUT Saturday 09 November 2013 - Departure time 10:50

    BACK Sunday 10 November 2013 - Departure time 19:20

    dxtans
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    Trains booked

    10.50 hours Saturday
    19.20 hours Sunday
    See you all at Cheriton
    Matt
    I always wondered why my surname began with G and ended with S

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    Trains booked,

    10.50hrs Saturday
    19.20hrs Sunday

    Thanks Richard, see you all at the tunnel
    Russ

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    Cheers Richard.

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    Too late?

    Hi Richard,
    Is it too late to add a double? Mrs. Banjaxed is up for it, although in November she'll be bundled up like the Michelin man!
    Cheers,
    Paul

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    Let me see what I can do for you, Paul and Mrs Paul

    It's a decent sized basic but reasonable French hotel which, whilst near the Somme, is off the main radar of most WW1 Armistice Day jaunts.

    I am reasonably confident of securing you a room, so get yourself ready to book your train ticket.

    After that's done. That's it.... Trip full, no more, go away, nobody in

    PS When we have been in November before it wasn't that cold, albeit the Ardennes were. The only real 'problem' was damp fog as we climbed up onto the agricultural plateau. That being said, it could be bright autumn sun, lashing down or flecking snow.... Prepare for the worse, expect the best... That's my motto.

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    Thanks Richard


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    Will book the train and start piling on the insulation...

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