Cheval Roc Hotel
Travel Blogs from St. John
Our first port of call was the island of Guernsey, just a bit north of France. While technically a part of the United Kingdom, the island certainly had a French feel to it (signs, food, etc). This was a tender port, which means that the ship can't pull right up to a dock but must anchor offshore a bit and the passengers use smaller boats to get from the Ruby Princess to shore. After disembarking our tender, we strolled around the ...
... where there is a large MH Aire for 50 in a car park near the centre of town. In our experience the directions in 'All the Aires-France' are very accurate, and as we don't have sat-nav, we have come to rely on them and trust them.
This time however, we follow them exactly, but just cannot find the Aire and end up in a 7m+ ...
... taking it down would be useful about now. I thought back to my training and came up with a plan, of which only one problem it required a minium of 3 crew, It was then I remembered I was single handed for the next couple of weeks! By now the wind had increased again and with 8 knots of boatspeed and about 3 knots of current, our (Ground speed was 10 to 11 knots topping out at around 13). And not forgetting I was towing the dinghy with the outside loo in it, it ...
... br> St. Petersport.
does NOT belong the shipping area. Would you please change it to any other address near the town or city.
... the lovely countryside where we saw herds of Guernsey cows (the brown cows we commonly see in the US). Milk from Guernsey cows is more golden than that from other cows because of the higher fat content and higher levels of beta carotene. There were also many old farmhouses with the "Granny third" additions. Granny thirds came about because widows were only allowed to inherit one-third of the home – the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking