embark and relax for an hour and a half, and you're on the other side
There are two ways to cross the Channel, the narrow sea between France and England. You can either take the Eurotunnel or you can take the ferry. This time we decided to go by boat. The Eurotunnel is faster, but the queue is linger, the conditions are less flexible than the boat, and the prices rise much more if you are leaving on short notice. For the ferry, you simply go to Dover, and the process is pretty quick, unless you go by bus on Eurolines, and in this case the whole bus has to go through passport control, and if you're unlucky, luggage too. If you have your car, the ferry company representative puts a voucher on your car number plate so you can cross.