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Autoroute access is very easy from the port of Calais. The exit was far quicker and easier than I was expecting and certainly very different from the roads out of Roscoff, which is what I have been used to.
If you are thinking of topping up your fuel tank at the big shopping town in Calais, be warned that they have height restriction bars. So low that a campervan or caravan won't pass under them. We parked in an unrestricted carpark at the rear of the centre. Jenny stayed with the caravan whilst I filled up with what was then very cheap diesel indeed.
The shopping centre itself is well worth a visit with a massive array of shops and a huge supermarket.
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