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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      Cayla Pusey

      A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 17, 2015

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      ... Stadium near Wimbledon. The game was so fun! Fulham played Reading, and won with the score of 2-1. In English football, they keep the clock running, so that was a difference I noticed from American soccer. It was awesome to see a professional team play. The athletes were very talented and skilled. The crowds there really get into the game. The game was packed with a majority of the ...

      London (15/12)

      A travel blog entry by the_wes on Dec 15, 2014

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      ... which is just 5mins walk from our hotel. As we were making our way to the train station, we walked past a Ferry Dock, and decided we would catch the Ferry to Embankment instead of the train. This was cool, cause it was another chance to take in the sites of London on the river. After docking at Embankment, it was a short 10min walk up to Big Ben along the river, as it was now pitch black, was a chance to take some better photos of Big Ben at night. We ...

      In Diana's footsteps

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 24, 2014

      ... stops back. We had just got to the palace (five minutes) when David got a text from Vin saying they had got to the station early. And we were running late. We didn't get inside, like our tickets entitled us to, but we got to see it and that was enough. Today we saw where Diana was married and where she lived, while yesterday we saw where her funeral was held. I'm beginning to sense a pattern. We hurried back to the station, where we had to wait 10 minutes for ...

      Day 25: Liverpool to London

      A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 15, 2014

      5 photos

      ... ones know we'd arrived safely in London, Dad and I decided to go for a little walk before dinner, to at least get our bearings before having a big day tomorrow. We headed out in the general direction of the River Thames, with the aim of following it for a bit before returning to the hotel and going out for dinner. Once we'd gotten to the river and wandered through a park, we could see the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, and Big Ben all looming, seemingly just a ...

      Another day out in London

      A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on Jul 30, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... sculpture
      called 'Navigators' specially commissioned from David Kemp. This 60ft
      high sculpture weighing 14 tons is a bizarre symphony of moving parts,
      water jets and fountains that will fascinate adults and children alike.
      - See more at:
      http://www.discoverlondonbridge.co.uk/P laces-to-Visit-Heritage-Museums-Hays-Ga lleria-London-Bridge-City-5468zzzbzzz.a spx#sthash.8FYrAfWp.dpuf