Aval du Creux Hotel

Address: Harbour Hill, Sark, Channel Islands, GY10 1SB, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Harbour Hill, Sark, is near St. Pancras Station, Samares Manor, La Seigneurie, and Greve de Lecq.
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    Travel Blogs from Sark

    Day 8 - London (which should have been Paris)

    A travel blog entry by annettehandley on May 16, 2015

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    ... our trip to Paris. Um, we should have been on the Eurostar this morning. I'll explain. When we booked into our London hotel we were told 8 nights. They had an offer 8 nights for the price of 7 so we just assumed that was our booking. Panic set in. Quick call to our travel agent who luckily up at 5:30 and she talked up through some thing. You must ring the hotel in France and let them know what is going on or they'll cancel your ...

    An evening with Letters Live

    A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Apr 03, 2015

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    ... li>Evelyn Waugh’s 1942 letter to his wife Laura, o how not to blow up a tree stump, read by Geoffrey Palmer

  • Robert Crumb’s letter to Mats Gustafsson “Torturing the saxophone”, read by Benedict Cumberbatch
  • Rachel Carson’s letter to Dorothy Freeman “Dear One”, read by Gemma Chan
  • Bill Safire’s pre-prepared speech sent to H.R. Haldemann in July 1969 “In the event of ...

  • Zach Newcomer

    A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 14, 2015

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    ... then it's not close in many aspects. Cricket seems very interesting to me, I'd rather watch a few times thought before I would play it, the sport can be very dangerous at times. Next, we went and had lunch at the mall that was made for the Olympics, so it's huge. They had a pretty good food court, so it was easy to find a place to eat. After this, we journeyed to the Olympic venue ...

    Day 5 - Evening

    A travel blog entry by the10s on Sep 10, 2014

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    ... We would have all shared a bite of our different custom concoctions and commented on what we would try next time. My bro-in-law Matt would have made the biggest burger! Everyone would have loved the British Museum, especially Dad. I found a giant Scarab carving that Kristen would love. The Ancient Greek and Roman carvings are exquisite. Most of the Parthenon is in the Museum. It was crumbling and, according to the British, ...

    July Thur 17th Fri 18th. Sat 19 th

    A travel blog entry by mickandcarol on Jul 19, 2014

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    ... Museum which had everything you could think of in there from the penny farthing to first steam engine, To rolls Royce motor that was put in planes to help win the Second World War and on to the bomb made by the Germans that helped to put man on the moon as well as all the medical equipment from the early days even voodoo magic well worth the effort. On our way back what did we run into another protest march there were at least 20,000 plus people protesting ...