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We have to grab wireless where we can find it. Not used to folks smoking in restaurants. It's a beautiful town. Can't keep up with any of this without Internet and my attempt at getting phone service in Europe fell flat on it's face. I can't read Dutch and that's what the instructions are in. As well as phone support. So, 40 Euro for ...
... key day, enjoying our last dinner in the Main Dining Room with two couples whose company we'd especially enjoyed on the cruise.
We made an early night of it, because we were to meet our tour operator at 730 AM in Southampton. (No photos today.)
We arrived here on Tuesday on the new boat 'Liberation'. It was a somewhat more rolling crossing than we expected, but the joy was that we went via Guernsey so got to see Guernsey and Sark as well. Lovely first Airbnb. Hired bikes and went visiting churches at St Saviour (big hill considering there are supposedly no hills here), Trinity and Grouville. Lots of old family names, Queree, Le Cornu, Le Seuer, ...
... both on the coast and inland and passed some very impressive mansions where the tax exiles live. Comment should also be made on the skill of the bus drivers who have to negotiate impossibly narrow lanes and blind corners in a standard sized bus.
We were pleased that we'd got out of St Heliers, as the little villages and settlements were far more picturesque and the coastline rugged and littered with wrecks from over the ages.
... doors). Hugo completed Les Miserables and wrote Les Travailleurs del la Mer in this house. We parted company with our companions and continued on to the Castle Cornet. The castle was originally built on an islet, but is now joined to St. Peter Port by a raised stone pier. The castle was built in the mid 13th century as an English stronghold against the French. It was captured by the French and held for ...