Greenhills Country Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Banquet room
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... Boots the Chemist, and dedicated to her husband. This is a bit OTT but apparently considered the "only remaining complete example of Lalique's heavy clouded glass." So sayeth the BBC!
Tuesday I took the amphibious ferry to Elizabeth Castle. Originally built in the16th century, it has been added to and remodelled over the centuries, most recently by - you've guessed it - the Germans in WWII! It stood for the Royalists in the Civil War a ...
... The only advantage the German patients would have had over any civilians would have been that they were underground. Three wards were laid out as they might have been at the time, and that was crowded. There were lots of side tunnels, used as store rooms, and as a kitchen, and a few unfinished tunnels.
Certainly Guernsey is still very much aware of the German Occupation, even after 70+ years, it has had a profound effect on the Island.
... off to have a haircut - it will be fresh tomorrow . A sleepless night as we are rated up and have 2 boats outside us who insist on going for late showers and early showers! As we have a day to spare we hire a car and decide to explore the whole island on Thursday. Well worth it but could not even use half a tank of ...
This morning instead of rushing around to get out the door and hit the road we instead took our time and relaxed around the gite enjoying the garden and playing a few games of ping pong on the table tennis table. This inevitably turned into a kids v parents competion which in the end the parents took out the honours! Well no, that is a lie... the kids actually won, however special mention must go Traci who played well above ...
... we headed off. Blainville is a lovely seaside town which is well known for its oysters and mussels.
Well, the fishing did not go to plan as someone had stolen the water! Well, the tide was out and when we say out, we really mean out! So instead, we decided to have some fun catching crabs amongst the small pools of water caught around the oyster fields and watching the procession of tractors coming in from the oyster fields further out ...