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TravelPod Member ReviewsSt Georges St Peter Port
it is hard since i can't get free wifi in my room and i came into the hall but a man in a bathrobe shut off the lights and i can/t see the keyboard
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... arrived at Market Square, which leads into the old quarter. These streets are cobblestone and we took a short cut since we were running out of time. We went up the Tower Hill steps (78 in all) and halfway up is a plaque dedicated to three women who lost their lives after being accused of witchcraft. One was pregnant and gave birth while being burnt at the stake. They pulled the baby out and then decided to throw the baby back ...
... of the more interesting things that I learned about Guernsey was the connection with a book I read a few years back entitled "The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society". The story was set here and took place during the war when Guernsey was occupied by the Nazi's. Apparently that book helped to put them on the map. Being a fan of the book, I picked up one of the many related souvenirs....plus a couple of "cow themed" ones...cause how could you ...
... at "The Captains" a few days later...it is special to live in Australia but hard to leave such welcoming and fun loving family behind.
We also enjoyed some spectacular cliff top walks amongst the 24 square kilometres of this quite overcrowded but intriguing little island. Crabby Jacks was an excellent location for lunch, a rooftop restaurant serving the best of the Islands seafood. We even managed a swim on a ...
... lord) in his feudal hereditary role, all of whom are in conflict with the millionaire Barclay brothers who own the tiny island of Brechou. Interesting place with lots of history. Went by public bus (for £1) around Guernsey to get a feel for the place & stopped in the German Occupation Museum. The Channel Islands were the only British territory under German control during the Second World War & the story of life then is ...
... bombed them and killed many ..we of course know little of the experience of war, here it is very different,.. of course these peoples parents lived through the terrible times, so many tales to tell.
The glasshouse's sustained them for quite a long time ,then that trade to the UK dwindled, imported from else where, and then they grew flowers, and that went well, until later years,and the majority of the flowers now come from Africa, so many ...