Golden Sands Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of the battle. The English version of the Blue Angels, the Red Arrows will be there and it promises to be a wonderful show. Unfortunately, we will fly out an hour before the air show begins. So it was fun to watch some of the vintage planes practicing their aerobatic stunts over St Aubins bay today.
Back at St Helier we caught the city bus up to Andrew and Elaine's home.
For Barbara's birthday we all went for a lovely dinner at the Farm ...
Yesterday we booked a bus tour that would take us all around the island, so we were happy to wake up to sunny skies this morning.
The bus picked us up at a hotel in the center of St. Helier and we headed east to begin the anti-clockwise trip. We drove by Mont Orgueil Castle in the village of Gorey (pronounced Go-Ray).
This castle/fortress was built in this final form in 1204. What happened at that time was that The ...
... is simple and beautiful. The church is getting ready to celebrate 200 years.
On Monday’s they are open for senior citizens to have free coffee, sandwiches, sweets, so Barbara settled in there for a rest while Paul and I mooched around the central area.
We ended up in Liberation Square, which has been renamed since we were here last, and there is a new statue celebrating the liberation of Jersey after 5 yrs ...
... given. Ridiculous! They were going into the Art Gallery and we continued our tour. We walked to Castle Cornet from the 13th Century. Its appearance is like the Forts at St Malo and it is also built on seaside rocks that appear and disappear according to the large tide levels. We walked to the Candie Gardens, Victoria Tower, St Andrews Church of Scotland, passed the Salem Church, down Constitution Steps and around the town ...
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 ...