Greenhills Country Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... flames. Victor Hugo arrived in Guernsey on October 31, 1855. He lived in exile here for 15 years, buying a house from the proceeds from his book of poetry, Les Contemplations. It has a beautiful view of the port and the islands of Herm and Stark, as well as the French coast. Hugo spent 6 years repairing and redecorating the house, tapping into his artistic abilities and using recycled materials (everything from ...
... and Movies Under the Stars. The production shows tend to be a disappointment to me, so guess we'll go for the comedian...but, don't want to make any hasty decisions. Perhaps another Pimm's will help with the decision process... And when I'm Pimm'd out, I'll move on to a Kopparberg Cider. Look familiar Fay!! I tested the water at today's port of call. Security didn't seize it from me, so tomorrow, I'll bring another. Life is good with Pimm's AND ...
... up pole dancing.
2. Learn to laptop dance (adds a bit to lap dancing obviously)
3. The use of her array of trench coats to flash a range of innocent passers by!
We had to disguise as many poles as possible to stop her from practising in the Main Street but there was no stopping her when she found the canon! All in good fun!
So now returning to Bournemouth and a weeks turnaround before starting new ...
Three days in Guernsey with a day trip to Sark was quite a change from Iceland - both are islands but SO different. We spent time walking around the old town centre & through tiny streets, up & down many steps & along the harbour. Guernsey has masses of flowers frothing over hanging baskets & window boxes of almost every building - so pretty. Visited the Guernsey Tapestry which is 10 embroidered panels - one for ...
... bombed them and killed many ..we of course know little of the experience of war, here it is very different,.. of course these peoples parents lived through the terrible times, so many tales to tell.
The glasshouse's sustained them for quite a long time ,then that trade to the UK dwindled, imported from else where, and then they grew flowers, and that went well, until later years,and the majority of the flowers now come from Africa, so many ...