Water's Edge Hotel
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... be the greatest part of my life as well as my family. They are such a great bunch and even though I'm the only guy i dont see it as a burdon. we have had our ups and downs but everyone brings something different to the group. I wouldnt trade them for the world.
Anyways , will update with pics and news of London trip when I get back on Saturday.
early night needed
... Lighthouse, which you can walk to if the tide is out
St Ouens beach-because it´s glorious and empty and has white waves
I´d rate St Helier as OK, not brilliant, tho´we did better this year with a big walk round it and found Howard Davis Park, the covered market, and the jetty. Great eating places tho-Mark Jordan at the Beach, Ormer and Banjo were standouts.
Go, you won´t regret it.
... 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 ...
... No longer used as it is full. Last burials there were prior to WWII. Back in the hotel by 07:00. Coffee downstairs - expresso in Jersey is awful - and then to the room to get organised for the day. Breakfast in the hotel and discovered that the rate includes breakfast - good to find out the day before we leave!. Strolled around town Could not find ...
... the beach and returned through the middle of the Island. Roads are narrow and very rough - one would think they have been maintained by Vic Roads. Wind blowing a gale and quite cool. Views great, houses quaint but many very impractical. French and German tourists everywhere To the park in the evening to listen to the Jersey March band. Great fun and some good precision ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool