Greve De Lecq Apts

Greve de Lecq, St. Ouen, Jersey, Channel Islands, JE3 3AA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Ouen

Guernsey

A travel blog entry by roamingrunner

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... St. Peter Port. We ended up visiting the house where Victor Hugo lived when he wrote Les Miserables. I can see how this would be an inspiring location! This evening was one of 2 formal nights on the ship. We dressed up, had our picture taken, watched the champagne waterfall, listened to the captain's speech, and had a wonderful dinner. After dinner we caught a show and had a nightcap and a dance at one of the bars on the ship. ...

To the Chateau born?

A travel blog entry by startrailers

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... which is still charging ACSI rates and is within easy driving distance of the ferry. This is very good because one year with the caravan, at the beginning of July we had to pay 42e for a pitch at St Malo!!!!

On our way we make a detour to see another lighthouse - the Phare du Carteret. The 2 towns appear on ...

St Peters Port to St Malo

A travel blog entry by john.hudson22

... taking it down would be useful about now. I thought back to my training and came up with a plan, of which only one problem it required a minium of 3 crew, It was then I remembered I was single handed for the next couple of weeks! By now the wind had increased again and with 8 knots of boatspeed and about 3 knots of current, our (Ground speed was 10 to 11 knots topping out at around 13). And not forgetting I was towing the dinghy with the outside loo in it, it ...

Stuck in harbour

A travel blog entry by john.hudson22

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Awaiting a replacement battery for my computer, but found lots of work to do to get the boat ready for the next leg. Though the weather is perfect for the next three or four days ...

Guernsey -- Where the Cows Come From!

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer

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... cut off from German supply lines, the islanders were on the verge of starvation until the Red Cross ship, the Vega was allowed to land there.

Our next stop was the Underground Hospital. This was a huge underground complex built by the Germans using slave labor (mostly eastern Europeans). Although a few casualties from Normandy were brought there, they quickly found that the damp, dark underground was ...