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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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

Big day for Barbara and the Queen

A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 09, 2015

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... of the battle. The English version of the Blue Angels, the Red Arrows will be there and it promises to be a wonderful show. Unfortunately, we will fly out an hour before the air show begins. So it was fun to watch some of the vintage planes practicing their aerobatic stunts over St Aubins bay today.
Back at St Helier we caught the city bus up to Andrew and Elaine's home.
For Barbara's birthday we all went for a lovely dinner at the Farm ...

Everything we ever wanted to know about Jersey

A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 08, 2015

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... the Germans during their occupation 1940-1945.
After lunch we were taken to a tourist place called the Living Legend, which is a multimedia program about Jersey's history. It was all right, though really touristy. Also here is the miniature golf course that we played with the whole bunch of Goodwins when we came in 2007. (that's when I discovered that they cheat like mad!)
Next it was a drive back to the coast on ...

Arriving in the Bailiwick of Jersey

A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 07, 2015

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... last year, after D Day, there were severe food shortages in Jersey. Jersey is self-governing, not part of the UK, but Britain is constitutionally responsible for its defense. They are not officially part of the EU either, and they have their own currency. Most of the towns, parishes and street names are French, but English is the official language. It is hard to immigrate to Jersey, and you cannot own property unless you live here ...

Day 41 St Peter Port, Guernsey

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Aug 23, 2015

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... given. Ridiculous! They were going into the Art Gallery and we continued our tour. We walked to Castle Cornet from the 13th Century. Its appearance is like the Forts at St Malo and it is also built on seaside rocks that appear and disappear according to the large tide levels. We walked to the Candie Gardens, Victoria Tower, St Andrews Church of Scotland, passed the Salem Church, down Constitution Steps and around the town ...

St Peter Port

A travel blog entry by garygeiser on Aug 11, 2015

... works in his seafront home, Hauteville House. Fine examples of Georgian and Regency architecture remain in the inviting old town, overlooked by its ancient fortress, Castle Comet. Weather got a little wetter and cooler than forecasted. Overall it was not too bad. We found a shop to buy chocolate for Barbara's book club and a nice restaurant, the ...

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