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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from St. Aubin
... Hugo’s house. Guernsey is one of the Channel Islands and has belonged to the British Crown since the Norman conquest. The islands of Alderey, Herm, Sark, Jethou and Guernsey together form the Balliwick of Guernsey. Guernsey itself was occupied by the Germans during WW2. Our first stop was the Town Church, which has existed here in some form since 1048. One of the five "Barriers De La Ville" is outside the church. ...
... our hotel was located, the route being only wide enough for one car to pass through, so if a car came in the opposite direction, it was necessary to back up to let them pass! The residual effects of the cyclone resulted in the waves crashing right over the sea wall and the road at high tides, it was quite spectacular! One of the delights of island life, is of course , to eat seafood, and I enjoyed lobsters and scallops which were fresh daily and so tasty! We stayed in ...
... we're back on the ship for the afternoon and evening. I'm enjoying a little Pimm's on my balcony watching all the "goin's on" and getting ready to partake of the afternoon and evening festivities. What will it be today?? First bingo game is this afternoon, but it's early yet. The jackpot builds with every day it's not won. Best to leave that for a few days before jumping into the frey. Slot tourney around 5...that's a must! A production show tonight, ...
... even though the tide was out and we had to walk 500 metres to the sea it was worth it! Back to "the most popular bathers" shop in the British Isles 2012/2013/2014 to buy just another pair...oh, and a little bit of shopping in the VAT free St Peter Port.
We were fortunate to be able to have the time to assist Jane with her ongoing plans for retirement of which she has three desires to supplement the family budget.
... of island history. This was a bicentennial project & are beautifully done. Our day in Sark was another step back in time to a place with no cars, where all transport is by tractor, bicycle, horse & cart or shank's pony. We had a tractor pull us, in a tram, up from the port & then had a horse & cart ride for a couple of hours around much of the main island. The island is administered by a parliament of 26 elected plus ...