Aval du Creux Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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Today we had arranged to take a day trip to Sark which is another of the Channel Islands about an hours journey by small ferry from Guernsey. The weather has continued to be great, clear skies and warm and we had a great day on this small self governing micro state (as most of the Channel Islands are) and is a country of its own. There are only 450 permanent residents and there are no cars on the islands, only bikes, horses and the occasional tractor with the whole place being about ...
... great. We were up in the second tier but with a great view. Although their was a school group there and the 2 little darlings in front of us kept wriggling and moving! Such excitement. It was a fantastic musical and it was quite similar to the Roald Dahl book and the movie. The children in the show were very talented young ladies and gentlemen. We headed back to the hotel via the underground. As Lorne and I were both feeling the effects of the. Canadian flu we went straight to ...
... to do it had simply not showed up for prep week and so a lot of this had already been done by Sue on our boat. Once I had arrived we pretty much immediately went shopping and the quantities that you need for 19 people for just a few days is immense. We got the boat ready and set sail to deliver the boats to London... it was a little practice run and things all of a sudden started to feel really real. We were "hot-bunking" ...
... amp; a couple other countries. We then headed over to the next building for a lunch break. There was a inside room with benches for school groups & families & then some places for the kids to explore different aspects of flying plus some wooden airplanes to play with. After lunch we continued walking around. They had a Lancaster which is the airplane that we saw going around the runway in Lincolnshire. ...
... they still didn't allow any of us to get closer to the fence. We still managed to get some good photos and have mixed views about the behaviour of fellow travellers.
We then met David and Ellie for a very late lunch at a Italian restaurant just off Oxford Street. After lunch Ellie went for a manicure and we went to Selfridges Department store. Selfridges was immortalised in a recent series on TV which we didn't watch. It was founded by an American, ...