Travel Blogs from St. Helier
So thats it then.
Had my last 2 hours of work at the Info Centre today. I'm officially free of that place and in a strange way I will miss it! Definately not the tourists who test my patience daily, mainly the team of people I worked with there.
However, only under desperate circumstances can I see myself heading back there next summer.
Had my last tennis club ...
... a better location, great views, and lovely hotel and service. Our new home from home. Nyulla the manageress , was just a star (and caused taxi drivers to laugh when Nyulla from the Eulah phoned) and since her daughter Soleil (great name) is going to Edinburgh Uni this year, we could help with advice like-take a heavy coat.
The Jersey War Tunnels (even if you donīt ...
... shop near Methodist Church. Another 20 minute walk - nothing dong. Bought a bloody copper washer and used that instead.. gave up and had a pub lunch. Back to the hotel at14:30 pick up car and head to ferry terminal. Loaded by 16:00 and on the way to Poole by 17:00. Arrived 21:30 and checked in at Hotel du Vin. Bar snack and off to bed. Dawnie had a good crossing this ...
Went for my early morning walk as usual. Overcast and quite cool. Explored Green Street Cemetery which was established in 1827. Many of the headstones are made of friable sandstone and are now illegible, but quite a few of granite and marble and they are still in good shape. Surprising number of people reached the ripe old age of 90 plus years in the ...
Early morning walk at 05:30. Streets littered with paper and polystyrene food wrappings. Street cleaners out so that all neat and tidy before tourists wake up and start chucking stuff around again. Quite off putting. Laundry in, so in search of breakfast - eventually found some awful coffee and a muffin of dubious origin. Rain dampened the day, but we drove to Gorey in mid ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility