Travel Blogs from St Peter Port, United Kingdom

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On the Island, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

On the Island

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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I have always looked a little envious at people who get to go places with their jobs. I have been away once and that was only to the island of the inbred, or as some would call it, the Isle of Mann, and anyway, it must be the island of the inbred as ...

St. Peter Port, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

St. Peter Port

A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom

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... our companions and continued on to the Castle Cornet. The castle was originally built on an islet, but is now joined to St. Peter Port by a raised stone pier. The castle was built in the mid 13th century as an English stronghold against the French.  ...

Channel Islands Day Trip, St-Peter-Port Guernsey, United Kingdom travel blog

Channel Islands Day Trip

A travel blog entry by maplefanta

March 31 Early early wake up to catch our ferries by 7am we left with the Condor ferries for a 2h sail to St-Peter-Port in Guernsey in a quite grey weather. Once arrived we saw a strange city built on a hill in the cloud mist. It was also pretty ...

No idea whats outside, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

No idea whats outside

A travel blog entry by sanvirmaharaj

Didnt get a chance to go off as working. Quiet day ...

Not yet a sea leg, St Peter Port, Guernsey, United Kingdom travel blog

Not yet a sea leg

A travel blog entry by maplefanta

... nice and greatly welcome to not have to do the complete sailing. We simply step back on the ship later on when it came back from St-Malo. But on the way back I was slightly deadbeat and dead for a while so I sat and did nothing. Luckely I got a second ...

Englannin kanaalin saarilla, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

Englannin kanaalin saarilla

A travel blog entry by markkupohjola

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... täällä Guyernseyn Englannin kanaalin saarella, jossa käytetään saarten omia puntia. Pitkästä aikaa kolikkokokoelmaan uusia harvinaisuuksia. Ja palmujakin jo löytyy huojumassa, joten suunta on selvästi ...

Ferry to Guernsey, Dinner w/ TV Star & New Friends, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

Ferry to Guernsey, Dinner w/ TV Star & New Friends

A travel blog entry by big_red_truck

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... 't stand the chill with the wind.  Which is impressive because I have the skin of a polar bear. We made it to St. Peter's Port in Guernsey just fine and walked to the Sunnycroft Hotel.  When I read off the address, 5 Constitution Steps, I was ...

To the Bloomin' Isles, Saint Peter Port, Guernsey travel blog

To the Bloomin' Isles

A travel blog entry by leprovost

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... " shop in the British Isles 2012/2013/2014 to buy just another pair...oh, and a little bit of shopping in the VAT free St Peter Port. We were fortunate to be able to have the time to assist Jane with her ongoing plans for retirement of which she has three ...

Island Time, Saint Peter Port, Guernsey travel blog

Island Time

A travel blog entry by fourherrings

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... all transport is by tractor, bicycle, horse & cart or shank's pony. We had a tractor pull us, in a tram, up from the port & then had a horse & cart ride for a couple of hours around much of the main island. The island is administered by a ...

Tough at the Top, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

Tough at the Top

A travel blog entry by thecheeses

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In the afternoon after the Lunch in town, the girl's took on the might of Guernsey at Beau Sejour Leisure Centre. The B Team towered above the diminutive U12 side and used their height advantage to good effect as they ran out convincing winners. The A ...

Two Wins! & Home, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

Two Wins! & Home

A travel blog entry by thecheeses

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The last day on the Island, and last chance for glory! Two bruised and battled Churcher's sides to take on the might of Guernsey........they did it! The Churcheroo's winning once again in convincing style 4-0 with two a piece from Brice & Golding and ...

Churcher's Arrive!, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

Churcher's Arrive!

A travel blog entry by thecheeses

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Arriving at Southampton airport in plenty of time we moved like a well oiled machine through check in and were feeling pretty good until three boys were aprehended by security for liquids in the hand luggage, mentioning no names..... Ben Kelson, Felix ...

Let the Games Begin!, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

Let the Games Begin!

A travel blog entry by thecheeses

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... of highly entertaining games just came up short, so close but so far! The Netball A team who were demolished by St John’s Leatherhead last week played their socks off against the Grammar School, and it was so close that the girls ...

Trying on my backpack, Saint Peter Port, Guernsey travel blog

Trying on my backpack

A travel blog entry by maryisabelle

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Thanks Sam, it's great, fits ...

arrived by sail, St Peter Port,  travel blog

arrived by sail

A travel blog entry by john.hudson22

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Just a quick note to say arrived safely, though very wet and cold. I will write again shortly in more detail. The Sun has just come ...

German hospital, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

German hospital

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson

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... commanding views. From the viewing platform, which is accessed via a steep and narrow spiral staircase, we have a panoramic view of St Peter Port and the north of the island. Climbing the Tower isn't too arduous since there are places to rest and pass ...

Ten minute transfer..., St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

Ten minute transfer...

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson

Our bags are packed and so are we with happy memories of a relaxing time in Guernsey. Reluctantly we climb into the waiting taxi which whisks us away from Les Rocquettes to the airport in less than 15 minutes. The airport terminal is still quiet and we ...

An island holiday, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

An island holiday

A travel blog entry by westcrofter

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... around in the hold and were badly damaged! When we landed on Guernsey we were blown away by the pretty visual picture of St Peter Port, the main town of the island. We were also surprised to find that Guernsey is not a rural island full of fat cows ...

A step back in time at Guernsay, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

A step back in time at Guernsay

A travel blog entry by poweringon

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St Peter Port, Guernsay After reading "the Guernsay Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society" (thanks to my book loving sister Maree), I was far more knowledgable on what the Guernsay Islanders had endured during 5yrs occupation by the Germans in WW2. ...

Journey begins, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

Journey begins

A travel blog entry by chrisblock

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Ferry crossing from Poole to Guernsey then on from there to St ...

Guernsey, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

Guernsey

A travel blog entry by roamingrunner

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... use smaller boats to get from the Ruby Princess to shore. After disembarking our tender, we strolled around the town of St. Peter Port. We ended up visiting the house where Victor Hugo lived when he wrote Les Miserables. I can see how this would be an ...

Days off in the Channel take me to visit donkeys!, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

Days off in the Channel take me to visit donkeys!

A travel blog entry by jacinta81

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After doing a week of night shift I had a lovely 7 days of freedom. And since I'm living in the channel islands I decided it was time to visit another one fo those islands. So Guernsey it was. It took a while to find a hotel that wasn't booked out for a ...

How we did NOT occupy Guernsey!, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

How we did NOT occupy Guernsey!

A travel blog entry by padrepam

We sailed hard and fast all night to arrive in St.Peter Port, Guernsey– which is closer to France than to England but is not technically a part of The Bloody French! It's a tender port which means waiting in line for a ticket which lets you wait in ...

St Peter Port, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

St Peter Port

A travel blog entry by stumblebum

... find that the wind blast on the open deck of the stern of a fast-cat can literally take your breath away when mid-channel. St Peter Port, the capital town of the Isle of Guernsey was reached a shade over two hours later. It was also very out of season ...

15 days and counting!, Saint Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

15 days and counting!

A travel blog entry by krissymiddleton

So, in 15 days I will be boarding my plane to the UK to start my adventure East with my friend Mo Ruddy.  As the 2 July draws closer I'm becoming more and more nervous to say goodbye to the comfort of my own home and my friends and ...

Aug 02, 2011, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

Aug 02, 2011

A travel blog entry by michaelstravels

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Cherbourg to St Peter Port, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

Cherbourg to St Peter Port

A travel blog entry by stumblebum

All five boats depart around midday for St Peter Port. The departure was timed to coincide with the most benign conditions at Cap de la Hague and the Alderney Race. We managed a brief sail before it was apparent we needed to make better progress. Terry ...

Flying in with Flybe, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

Flying in with Flybe

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson

... . Reunited with our bags we meet with our taxi driver who takes us to Les Rocquettes Hotel which is on Les Gravees, St Peter Port, and less than 15 minutes away. Les Rocquettes Within a few minutes of arriving at Les Rocquettes Hotel we are checked in and ...

Port and Castle, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

Port and Castle

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson

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... Port. Set on the hillside it has steep narrow streets and steps, which so far we've only walked down! We wander back into St Peter Port exploring the high street as well as some of the narrow lanes. It's just after eleven so we decide that we need ...

Around the island, St Peter Port, United Kingdom travel blog

Around the island

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson

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Island Tours Unfortunately the weather forecast for the day does not look promising so its a good job that our island tour bus isn't open top. It isn't even a bus - it's a coach. Our driver and tour guide - "Jones the coach" - originally hails from the ...

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