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County Review by angela on October 18th, 2006
I love the place , the people, the bantar.It realy is a beautiful island to explore .I wish i had been there longer.The first time was a week with the family then it was a weekend with a friend who loved it just as much as i did.Im glad i was responsible for us going back, i just love it.

County Review by d.kent on July 12th, 2006
We have had our family holiday in Jersey four years in a row, but we still have not seen Jim Bergerac yet! Seriously it is the ideal/premier uk hol for families.Indeed my wife and I were recently trying to decide where we wanted to spend our silver wedding - guess where we will be on Aug 1st 06 - Rozel! Slip a few Jersey pound notes to John Nettles & the Bergerac script writer to make another series & let another generation see the beauty of Jersey.

Grouville, Jersey

Review of Grouville by ted perryman on November 3rd, 2006
To the Curator of Mont Orgueil Castle Jersey. Hello My wife and I visited the Casle a last month and had a good chat with you outside when you were just closing. Really good Castle as the public want to see a Castle. Thought you might be interested in a book i'm reading about Crecy- written by Bernard Cornwall (who wrote the Sharpes novels)gives lots of History and insight about that era -blood and guts as well. It's called Harlequin / Vagabond and is a fantastic read. Good luck with the Castle!

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St Helier, Jersey

Review of St Helier by P Hayward on April 19th, 2007
Visited Jersey for weekend breaks. Easy and quick to get to. 2-3 nights is long enough, as the island is so small. Its clean, relaxing and laid back. There are some great restaurants, and shopping is tax free. I will continue to return.

Review of St Helier by simone on February 12th, 2007
St Helier in Jersey Channel islands is a great place for shopping, where you can buy many a bargains or fine gifts or buy black butter a kind of jam from the lovely victorian market hall. St Helier is very very busy in Late Spring and Summertime and has unfortunately got a lot of building work going on, spoiling the skyline and Jersey. There are many French, Polish Portugese workers here and English too and St Helier has many eating places to suit all and numerous hotels but is one of my least favourite parishes. There is a many things to do and visit here with lovely parks shops and amenities, attractions here and elsewhere in other parishes of Jersey. There are many hotels some good some not so good and unfortunately when we visited here we stayed at Norfolk Hotel in St Helier which was a huge disappointment due to lack of food choice and disappointment with rooms and hotel in general but really enjoyed visiting Merton Hotel a higher graded hotel nearby. The climate in St Helier is much warmer than many parts of England and has lovely beaches which are scattered all over Jersey and St Helier/Jersey is Steeped in history remembering world war 2 with many museums underground military hospital etc

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St Lawrence, Jersey

Review of St Lawrence by angie falle on April 30th, 2009
I am very ashamed to say that I have not visited hamptonne country life museum before this year and what a real treat it is! A beautiful house and grounds and fantastic cafe selling all home made food and local cidre.All the staff including the girls in the cafe were lovely.What a treat it was on a lovely sunny day to spend it here. It is a shame that holiday makers I met there felt that the bus dropped them too far away and that they felt there was not enough things going on to see once they were inside and only a few animals for the kids to see. So as a local I feel that if they had a hopper bus to and from Hamtonne that ran regular hours this would get many more paying guests in to the site and may be that would generate income to increase attractions to see in the house and grounds!Well done to all who work there it's a fantastic place to visit I will be a regular from now on. If you'r Jersey, support your Heritage and visit Hamptonne you'll be in for a treat

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Trinity, Jersey

Review of Trinity by janet langston on April 6th, 2009
it was over twenty years ago, i went to trinity, used to work in the trinity arms pub. i met my husband there, so it holds a lot of memories. trinity itself, is very small and quaint. it is a beautiful part of jersey. hoping to go back for our 25th wedding aniversary.

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