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- Continental Breakfast
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... village of Gorey, which was a little over a mile away. Barbara walked about a mile (I sure hope I can walk a mile on my 91st birthday!) She decided to rest on a bench on the beachfront while Paul and I walked a bit further. It is a charming little village - very different from Yorkshire villages; this felt like we were in France.
We jumped back on the bus to St Helier and had lunch at a pasty shop inside a very attractive shopping arcade, which used ...
... side. We have been able to see two of the other Channel Islands - Sark and Guernsey. Alderney can't be seen today, but we did see the coast of Normandy to the south.
We stopped at the Jersey Pearl Factory - we passed on the pearl jewelry and had an ice cream instead.
Back on the bus, we saw the gorgeous west coast, and stopped to see Corbiere Lighthouse, then to see St. Brelade beach and the beach town of St ...
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Jersey is famous for its international banking and is quite a wealthy country. It is also famous as the home of Jersey cows, arguably the producers of the best milk in the world, and therefore the best ice cream and cream caramels and fudge. There are about 100,000 Islanders, or Jerseymen, 1/3rd of them in St. Helier.
Jersey is noted for its good weather, being warmer than England, and today it ...
... He was shutting down the elevators in the ship and we were asked to be cautious when moving around and always hold onto the rails. I went straight for the sea sickness tablets and spent the rest of the afternoon on my bed. We found out later that the waves got to 7 metres high. Tonight is the Captains Dinner. The special night of the cruise. We had a special meal, shook hands with the Captain and listened to the amazing pianist Mr Red ...
Weather is cloudy with a high of 74. We are on our own today and will tender into St. Peter Port, the capital of Guernsey. St. Pete Port has been an active harbor since Roman times, with privateers, merchants and more recently vacationers dropping anchor here. Victor Hugo found inspiration here, writing several of his inspiration here ...