The Duke of Richmond Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Having dropped off the car at the now attended kiosk in the ferry terminal we checked in and had a coffee and muffin while we waited for the call to the ferry. Suddenly it was as if we were transported to a parallel world of transport catering and furnishing. We could have been anywhere. The muffin filled with preservatives would have been as tasty had we brought it back for the kids in another four weeks. The seats in the terminal ...
After a steamed up bus ride we arrived in Gorey to be rained on and be blown about. We took refuge in a local sea front cafe for numerous coffees and plenty of useful conversation. We walked up to the castle, but didn't go in as it was too windy and wet.
back down on the harbour front we decide on a fish lunch, after Mac dried his hair under the loo hand dryer! The sun came out and the wind dropped so a we went for a ...
... things these, with whispery tails, the males has funny warts instead of tusks and large sharp canines.
The gibbons were performing, and the tamarins of various types were interesting, the golden lion one was very brightly coloured. There were many other birds, both Chilean and greater flamingoes, the latter doing some strange 'jittery' movement with their beaks on the water and ...
We arrived in the rain so the visibility from the bus on the ride into St Hellier was not good. We took another bus to the hotel, booked in and left our bags there. The rain had stopped by then so we walked back onto town up interesting winding streets. We found a small place to have some soup, 3 bean and ham - very nice indeed. We were told that a 'tenner feast' deal ...
... British family run hotel, with big English breakfasts served in the morning. We learnt a lot about the history of the islands, being strategically placed they have always been strongly fortified, a visit to Castle Cornet at the harbour entrance proved that, built originally 800 years ago in the 12th century, the fort has been used by one army after the other, culminating in the Germans using it during the Second World War when they occupied the Channel ...