Mont de la Rocque Hotel

Address: Mont De La Rocque, St. Aubin, St. Brelade, Jersey, St. Brelade, Jersey, Channel Islands, JE3 8BQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Mont De La Rocque, St. Aubin, St. Brelade, Jersey, St. Brelade, is near Jersey War Tunnels - German Underground Hospital, The Living Legend Village, St. Helier Beach, and St Matthew's Church - Glass Church.
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Travel Blogs from St. Brelade

Guernsey

A travel blog entry by ramblingsailors on Jul 22, 2015

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... we had a light lunch of calamari and a prawn cocktail, then it was time to do the chores for the day. Tracey caught up with a bit of washing and I planned for our next stop which will be Roscoff on the Brittany coast, I'm thinking it should put us in a good position for rounding Ushant and entering Camaret where we will wait for a good 3 to 4 day weather window to cross the infamous Bay of Biscay! On ...

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

... the German Occupation. I mentioned when writing about Guernsey that the German Occupation and the Liberation are always remembered, and this is also true of Jersey, and presumably the other islands. A short film at the Occupation Tapestry exhibit told how they have decided to keep the events of 1940-1945 "alive" and to teach young people about them, rather than let them be forgotten. Fortunately I am always interested in WW II (and WW I for ...

Revisiting the Channel Islands - Guernsey

A travel blog entry by lizziea on Jun 29, 2015

5 comments, 10 photos

... The only advantage the German patients would have had over any civilians would have been that they were underground. Three wards were laid out as they might have been at the time, and that was crowded. There were lots of side tunnels, used as store rooms, and as a kitchen, and a few unfinished tunnels.

Certainly Guernsey is still very much aware of the German Occupation, even after 70+ years, it has had a profound effect on the Island.

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Back to the beach

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jun 17, 2015

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This morning instead of rushing around to get out the door and hit the road we instead took our time and relaxed around the gite enjoying the garden and playing a few games of ping pong on the table tennis table. This inevitably turned into a kids v parents competion which in the end the parents took out the honours! Well no, that is a lie... the kids actually won, however special mention must go Traci who played well above ...

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