Beau Rivage Hotel
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We arrived in one piece and caught a taxi to the Hotel Savoy where Henry had a little nap and skipped dinner!
Tuesday dawned grey but not too bad, and several degrees cooler. We wandered into St Helier and looked around the shops and harbor area. The town itself was slightly disappointing, a mixture of french and milton keynes architecture, from quaint to functional reflecting a pragmatic approach ...
... the harbour wall and then along the promenade. It was beautiful with good views of the castle and village. Another interesting walker was a lady with a huge long haired black dog, almost the size of a Shetland pony.
Then the bus back to collect the cases, a walk into town, the bus to the airport and here we are waiting to board our plane back to everyday life again, but with ideas of where we think we are going next.
... and the other having good stretches and snacking on the leaves of the tree he was in. The ring tailed coatis made an appearance as well.
Opposite this was the walk through Jewel of the Forest aviary with some beautiful little birds. In the reptile area were some very strange beasts, bright blue frogs, another black, white and grey on, looking as if it had been painted onto ...
We arrived in the rain so the visibility from the bus on the ride into St Hellier was not good. We took another bus to the hotel, booked in and left our bags there. The rain had stopped by then so we walked back onto town up interesting winding streets. We found a small place to have some soup, 3 bean and ham - very nice indeed. We were told that a 'tenner feast' deal ...
... British family run hotel, with big English breakfasts served in the morning. We learnt a lot about the history of the islands, being strategically placed they have always been strongly fortified, a visit to Castle Cornet at the harbour entrance proved that, built originally 800 years ago in the 12th century, the fort has been used by one army after the other, culminating in the Germans using it during the Second World War when they occupied the Channel ...