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Aragón is go!

So one of the jobs today was to book the Eurotunnel crossing for this trip. Easy enough and £96 paid out on my Mastercard.

We decided to go both ways with Eurotunnel because as long as it does take 35 minutes to cross to France and if it does mean we get the train we are booked on, then it will be worth the extra cost over the ferries. It's £28 more than Irish Ferries.

I can't say that I have the fondest memories of over 20 years using Eurotunnel. You can count on one hand the number of times the train has left on time, or I am on the train I booked or that there aren't any delays.

Only this weekend they had a train breakdown in the tunnel and the knock on effect lasted all weekend. This is exacerbated by the P&O Ferries fiasco where they have sacked 800 seafarers and are unable to run their ferries! Doh.

Hopefully by September it will be done and dusted.

(I sent this several times by email and it never turned up)

Posted by InvictaMoto 19:23 Archived in Spain

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