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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from St. Brelade
... both on the coast and inland and passed some very impressive mansions where the tax exiles live. Comment should also be made on the skill of the bus drivers who have to negotiate impossibly narrow lanes and blind corners in a standard sized bus.
We were pleased that we'd got out of St Heliers, as the little villages and settlements were far more picturesque and the coastline rugged and littered with wrecks from over the ages.
... the harbour wall and then along the promenade. It was beautiful with good views of the castle and village. Another interesting walker was a lady with a huge long haired black dog, almost the size of a Shetland pony.
Then the bus back to collect the cases, a walk into town, the bus to the airport and here we are waiting to board our plane back to everyday life again, but with ideas of where we think we are going next.
... an amazing coloured panther chameleon, various snakes, lesser night gecko, some dragons and two young giant Galapagos tortoises and a Madagascan flat tailed pair.
A family of 5 gorillas live I in an amazing enclosure,a big silver back, 190 kgs, his 3 females and 2 year old son. There was a very interesting presentation giving their story. The Red River Hogs of Bai lived nearby, ...
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 ...
The two hour ferry trip from St Malo to Guernsey was rather rough as a result of the tropical cyclone "Bertha" crossing the Atlantic and northern Scotland. The effects from it were high seas in the Channel which made many people on our ferry sick, but Peter and I survived the trip with only sympathy for those that were literally laid low.... Told to lie flat on the floor. The next day the ferry crossing was even worse, earning a mention on BBC news that night because ...