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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Today Queen Elizabeth becomes the longest serving monarch, passing the record set by her Great Great Grandma, Victoria. Its kind of a big deal here.
And today Barbara turns 91. It is also a very big deal.
We celebrated Barbara's birthday, by going back to Gorey, her favorite village in Jersey. Elaine gave us a lift to the St Helier bus station, and we caught a bus for the 30 minute ride along the south coast to Gorey. With these small ...
... rocks to do pier jumping, which evidently involves jumping off rocks into the surf.
There are three things you see all along the coast of this island : Jersey towers, Martello Towers and German Bunkers. Jersey towers are smaller, with crenulated tops and were built to keep out the French in the 1700s century. The Martello towers were built by the British, during the Napoleonic wars in the early 1800s. The bunkers were ...
... only 45 sq miles, it is not far to St. Helier, where Andrew and Elaine live. Elaine met us at the airport and took us back home, where we will be staying this week.
Jersey is one of the Channel Islands off the coast of France, and used to be part of the Duchy of Normandy, several Dukes of which went on to become King of England. Jersey was the only (former) part of the UK to be occupied by German forces in WWII, for five ...
... He was shutting down the elevators in the ship and we were asked to be cautious when moving around and always hold onto the rails. I went straight for the sea sickness tablets and spent the rest of the afternoon on my bed. We found out later that the waves got to 7 metres high. Tonight is the Captains Dinner. The special night of the cruise. We had a special meal, shook hands with the Captain and listened to the amazing pianist Mr Red ...
Weather is cloudy with a high of 74. We are on our own today and will tender into St. Peter Port, the capital of Guernsey. St. Pete Port has been an active harbor since Roman times, with privateers, merchants and more recently vacationers dropping anchor here. Victor Hugo found inspiration here, writing several of his inspiration here ...