How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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Travel Blogs from St.Saviour
... 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" ...
Never forget that all of St. Peter Port, the capital and principal town of Guernsey is BUILT ON or IN A HILL! Everywhere you go, shops, hotels, restaurants, any tourist spot, you will have to climb up and down steep hills, or lots of steps. So.... the knees are suffering but the calf muscles should be doing well. It isn't helped by the fact that it is fairly hot and humid, though they do get a sea breeze down by the shore.
Monday, I went and had a ...
... 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 ...
So we've had a week in Guernsey. Christina took us for a guided tour all around the Island. Around every corner(and there are a LOT of corners) is an absolute delight. Little cottages with rose gardens, stone/granite walls everywhere. The Island is a granite rock. It's about 7 by 5 mile, shaped like a triangle, but if you add all the lanes together it's about 250 miles of road! With about 60,000 people.
... 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.