Greve De Lecq Apts

Address: 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 ramblingsailors on Jul 22, 2015

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Nice relaxed day, went shopping early, there was a M&S opposite the boat so some good old English bacon and sausage was called for then after a hearty full English with French eggs, we headed out to explore round St Peter Port, again with it still being festival time the town was putting free music events on during the day so we stopped and watched some of the free entertainment on offer. After ...

Day sail to Guernsey

A travel blog entry by ramblingsailors on Jul 21, 2015

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... s in store for us and set off in the glorious sunshine, the trip went really well, but just rounding the headland off Cherbourg things got a bit hectic. It was wind against tide and very the seas were very confused, at one point I thought we were in for a rough ride right across to Guernsey but a mile or so past the headland things settled down and we sped across at 8 knots until just off Alderney were it got slightly choppy once again but not a drama. The run ...

From the "big" Island - Jersey

A travel blog entry by lizziea on Jul 04, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... stop long enough at most of the "stops" to see everything properly. We stopped at St. Catherine's Bay, where we saw a magnificent sand sculpture, also a woman selling Akubra hats (genuinely made in Australia) for less than we would pay for them at home! No corks, but. Apparently Health and Safety didn't like them!
Monday, I went to the Jersey War Tunnels. These are underground tunnels, similar to those on Guernsey, which the Germans "dug" ...

Revisiting the Channel Islands - Guernsey

A travel blog entry by lizziea on Jun 29, 2015

5 comments, 10 photos

... the Loophole Towers, built between 1778 and 1779, to defend the Island against a threatened French invasion, when France sided with the Americans, against the British in the American War of Independence. 15 of these towers were built around the Guernsey coast and some are still accessible, including this one, # 11 at Rousse.

Thursday, it rained in the morning. In the afternoon, it cleared up and I went out to the German Occupation Museum. This is ...

Back to the beach

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jun 17, 2015

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... for them.

It was great to have a nice and relaxing day close to the gite without having to drive too far.

This trip has certainly shown us the benefit of basing ourselves in one location for an extended period rather than being on the go, moving from town to town each day and we know that any trips we do in the future will be spent in only one or two locations and using those places as a base to explore the area.
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