On Friday 21st, we sadly left our host families and started off along the south coastal road.
We crossed Brighton again, Hastings and we stopped in Rye, a charming and picturesque village on the seaside.
We walked up the paved streets, admired the typical half-timbered houses, the funny shop windows and the antique shops.
We saw a remarkable clock tower and the church, along with its churchyard. After that we went to Canterbury.
We had our lunches on benches near a small river and the coach park and then we walked to the town centre to do some shopping.
The pupils discovered the beautiful medieval town centre.
At three o’clock, we started the visit of the Cathedral.
For 2 hours, we discovered the beauties of this gothic and world-famous cathedral: sculptures, statues, windows and its history as well, especially the assassination of Thomas Becket.
We had a nice dinner in the cafeteria of the terminal of Calais and then we spent the night on the roads.
We arrived in Lure at 7 o’clock. What a big adventure we lived!