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Located between the north coast of France and the south coast of England, Jersey’s history developed quite similarly with neighboring island Guernsey. Many locals still speak Jèrriais, the indigenous island language. On Jersey you can stroll through the rolling hills, engage in watersports and sports such as extreme rockpooling, relax by a pub for a crab sandwich, celebrate with the locals in the famous Battle of Flowers Carnival or learn about various historical events. Visit primitive structures of Roman temple worship at Le Pinacle, see remains of Viking influence, trek to castles perched on hilltops and visit the Jersey War Tunnels – an underground complex that serves as a reminder of WWII and its effect on the local environment. The absence of any VAT makes Jersey a good shopping destination for UK and French travellers. Jersey is Britain with brio, English with continental Europe influences, resulting in a charming and quirky combination
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Guesthouse Havelock, Havre des Pas, St. Helier, Jersey I heard a few stories about the Havelock Guest House and I can tell u they werent really nice - BUT I stayed there a few weeks ago and it was really nice. The owners are really nice Portuguese people and the staff is really friendly and helpful as well. The rooms are older but always clean (they clean every day). I cannot say anything about the breakfast there because I wasnt awake that early in the morning but I guess its typical English. The prices in the Guest House are fair. I paid 14 pound a day which is quite good I think.  
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This is Jersey. Anyone visiting this island should (be prepared to) eat seafood, seafood and again... seafood. Because you're surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, the fish served in St Aubin's various restaurants is so fresh you'd almost expect it to wink at you -- if only fish could wink... But anyways, try the Courthouse Inn, or the Salty Dog -- and be sure to ask for mussels, crab, lobster and.. oysters, of course.
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The Thames Path from London's flood barrrier all the way for about 280 km to the source is a real pleasure. Easily managed in stages from London with public transport as the train "hugs" the river as it connects all those charming riverside villages and small towns. Gorey is really nothing more than a stopping point for the local station but has, like all these places a few charming pubs to wind down after the walk.
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