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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
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... by 1230. Landed in Exeter, UK..then plane to Jersey. Arrived at 1630. Finally, after about 50yrs.. We arrive at grandpa Lempriere's home land. Our mother talked about the Isle of Jersey since we were kids. She never made it here.. But we have come to pay homage to her family. Exciting for us. Runneymead Court Hotel.. Interesting.. Pleasant and very English. Food so far....English. We took a stroll to the ...
... AWESOME! The other was the Gettysburg JROTC, lead by a charismatic gentleman doing cadence with his guys. It was just the coolest. We were followed in the parade by the Alexandria Harmonizers (from Virginia), A men's group that sings a cappella. There were about a hundred of them, they took pictures with us and shared stories of women they knew in the DAR. All amazing people. The parade and Sainte-Mere-Eglise itself is hard to put in to ...
... a nice campsite just outside Barneville-Carteret at a little place called St. Jean-de-la-Riviere and intended to stay for 3 nights but unfortunately they close on Sunday, so we could only do 2. However it was a very nice all-singing, all-dancing site with very modernistic showers and toilets, all black marble looking with a swipe card to get in, and we made good use of all the facilities possible. ...
... a ton of wrapping paper, toys, and foie gras. Foie gras, by the way, is duck liver. And it's made by force feeding a duck corn until it dies. Yum. Not. I tried it, didn't care for it, and I'm not really ethically with it. Poor ducks. Despite the duck liver, I had a great time with the family. There was a big dinner at my host mom's brother's house the night before with the whole family. Her brother even gave me a present, which was really really really nice and made me ...
... are boats coming and going, ferries departing for the UK, French school children taking sailing lessons. Each boat is unique and has its own bit of charm, and the boats docked in the harbor change daily. It's simply fascinating. You could go there every day and never see the same thing.
I'm thankful that one of my friends here showed me the harbor the first time we met. It's a little ...