Royal Yacht Hotel
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... the highlight was the dessert menu! What a great finish to our first day in the Channel Islands. Day 2 Despite the weather turning for the worse, we head on down to the pier to capture the Elizabeth Fort in all it's glory. Built as a garrison, this huge fort is built on a massive rock slab out in the beachfront. Photos were at a premium The wind was so strong that it nearly blew us off the pier. A visit to the Jersey Museum was well worth the ...
... The St Helier end of the island appears to have a lot of modern buildings along with the beautiful old ones in the winding narrow streets of the town. Lots of forts on little islands approached by causeways at low tide. We so enjoyed Tom's company and his sense of fun. An anti clockwise drive round the island, presented us with our first tidal swimming pool at St Clement and both Tom and Paul swam. I got into togs, though only made it to mid calf ...
... scenery with amazing beaches, narrow lanes, stone walls, vegetables growing, jersey cows and ancient forts and not so ancient German defences. A very interesting country combining French and English. All street names in French but everyone speaking English.
The second day was cloudy just right for a visit to the Jersey Tunnels, an amazing network of tunnels built by Germans during the war, ...
... met two girls, Madie and Kristan, two australian girls who had been travelling through the UK and somehow ended up in Sark to work. Myself, Maddie, Kristan and Ben used to sit around making plans to travel together, from buying a campervan in Aus, to working in a ski resort in Canada.Oh and I should also mention that Kristan and Maddie were big drinkers, every time these conversations took place a bottle of vodka would appear ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility