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  • Toilers of the sea & high earl grey tea
    Guernsey gâche included Travel tips Currency The currency in Guernsey is sterling The States of Guernsey issue their own notes and coins but all UK notes and coins are legal tender Driving Driving is on the left hand side There is a maximum speed enforcement of 35 miles per hour with further restrictions in built up areas Parking Parking in Guernsey operates on a Disc Parking Scheme Parking Discs are 3 50 and are available onboard the ferry and at the Guernsey Information Centre Shopping On Sundays and Bank Holidays almost everything is closed You can buy alcohol in pubs on Sunday lunchtimes between 1200h 1500h but on a Sunday evening you must buy a meal in order to drink alcohol Language English is spoken by the majority of the population Climate The climate is temperate with mild winters and cool sunny summers The warmest months are August and September Camping Caravans travelling from the UK or Europe are currently not allowed in Guernsey Motorhomes are permitted on the island but must obtain a permit through a designated campsite Voltage Electricity is supplied at 240 volts 50 hertz An adapter is needed if travelling from Continental Europe or further afield

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/destinations/guernsey-events/toilers-of-the-sea-and-high-earl-grey-tea.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Open day at Fort Hommet
    was restored in 2008 Travel tips Currency The currency in Guernsey is sterling The States of Guernsey issue their own notes and coins but all UK notes and coins are legal tender Driving Driving is on the left hand side There is a maximum speed enforcement of 35 miles per hour with further restrictions in built up areas Parking Parking in Guernsey operates on a Disc Parking Scheme Parking Discs are 3 50 and are available onboard the ferry and at the Guernsey Information Centre Shopping On Sundays and Bank Holidays almost everything is closed You can buy alcohol in pubs on Sunday lunchtimes between 1200h 1500h but on a Sunday evening you must buy a meal in order to drink alcohol Language English is spoken by the majority of the population Climate The climate is temperate with mild winters and cool sunny summers The warmest months are August and September Camping Caravans travelling from the UK or Europe are currently not allowed in Guernsey Motorhomes are permitted on the island but must obtain a permit through a designated campsite Voltage Electricity is supplied at 240 volts 50 hertz An adapter is needed if travelling from Continental Europe or further

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/destinations/guernsey-events/open-day-at-fort-hommet.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Boat Trips around Sark
    but all UK notes and coins are legal tender Driving Driving is on the left hand side There is a maximum speed enforcement of 35 miles per hour with further restrictions in built up areas Parking Parking in Guernsey operates on a Disc Parking Scheme Parking Discs are 3 50 and are available onboard the ferry and at the Guernsey Information Centre Shopping On Sundays and Bank Holidays almost everything is closed You can buy alcohol in pubs on Sunday lunchtimes between 1200h 1500h but on a Sunday evening you must buy a meal in order to drink alcohol Language English is spoken by the majority of the population Climate The climate is temperate with mild winters and cool sunny summers The warmest months are August and September Camping Caravans travelling from the UK or Europe are currently not allowed in Guernsey Motorhomes are permitted on the island but must obtain a permit through a designated campsite Voltage Electricity is supplied at 240 volts 50 hertz An adapter is needed if travelling from Continental Europe or further afield Insurance Travellers from the UK are advised to take out travel insurance when visiting the Channel Islands The islands lie outside the

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/destinations/guernsey-events/boat-trips-around-sark.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Rocquette cider tour and tasting
    a few ciders of course Travel tips Currency The currency in Guernsey is sterling The States of Guernsey issue their own notes and coins but all UK notes and coins are legal tender Driving Driving is on the left hand side There is a maximum speed enforcement of 35 miles per hour with further restrictions in built up areas Parking Parking in Guernsey operates on a Disc Parking Scheme Parking Discs are 3 50 and are available onboard the ferry and at the Guernsey Information Centre Shopping On Sundays and Bank Holidays almost everything is closed You can buy alcohol in pubs on Sunday lunchtimes between 1200h 1500h but on a Sunday evening you must buy a meal in order to drink alcohol Language English is spoken by the majority of the population Climate The climate is temperate with mild winters and cool sunny summers The warmest months are August and September Camping Caravans travelling from the UK or Europe are currently not allowed in Guernsey Motorhomes are permitted on the island but must obtain a permit through a designated campsite Voltage Electricity is supplied at 240 volts 50 hertz An adapter is needed if travelling from Continental Europe or

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/destinations/guernsey-events/rocquette-cider-tour-and-tasting.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Arts Seafront Sunday
    tips Currency The currency in Guernsey is sterling The States of Guernsey issue their own notes and coins but all UK notes and coins are legal tender Driving Driving is on the left hand side There is a maximum speed enforcement of 35 miles per hour with further restrictions in built up areas Parking Parking in Guernsey operates on a Disc Parking Scheme Parking Discs are 3 50 and are available onboard the ferry and at the Guernsey Information Centre Shopping On Sundays and Bank Holidays almost everything is closed You can buy alcohol in pubs on Sunday lunchtimes between 1200h 1500h but on a Sunday evening you must buy a meal in order to drink alcohol Language English is spoken by the majority of the population Climate The climate is temperate with mild winters and cool sunny summers The warmest months are August and September Camping Caravans travelling from the UK or Europe are currently not allowed in Guernsey Motorhomes are permitted on the island but must obtain a permit through a designated campsite Voltage Electricity is supplied at 240 volts 50 hertz An adapter is needed if travelling from Continental Europe or further afield Insurance Travellers from the

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/destinations/guernsey-events/seafront-sunday.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Spring Walking Festival
    The currency in Guernsey is sterling The States of Guernsey issue their own notes and coins but all UK notes and coins are legal tender Driving Driving is on the left hand side There is a maximum speed enforcement of 35 miles per hour with further restrictions in built up areas Parking Parking in Guernsey operates on a Disc Parking Scheme Parking Discs are 3 50 and are available onboard the ferry and at the Guernsey Information Centre Shopping On Sundays and Bank Holidays almost everything is closed You can buy alcohol in pubs on Sunday lunchtimes between 1200h 1500h but on a Sunday evening you must buy a meal in order to drink alcohol Language English is spoken by the majority of the population Climate The climate is temperate with mild winters and cool sunny summers The warmest months are August and September Camping Caravans travelling from the UK or Europe are currently not allowed in Guernsey Motorhomes are permitted on the island but must obtain a permit through a designated campsite Voltage Electricity is supplied at 240 volts 50 hertz An adapter is needed if travelling from Continental Europe or further afield Insurance Travellers from the UK are

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/destinations/guernsey-events/spring-walking-festival.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Harbour Open Day
    States of Guernsey issue their own notes and coins but all UK notes and coins are legal tender Driving Driving is on the left hand side There is a maximum speed enforcement of 35 miles per hour with further restrictions in built up areas Parking Parking in Guernsey operates on a Disc Parking Scheme Parking Discs are 3 50 and are available onboard the ferry and at the Guernsey Information Centre Shopping On Sundays and Bank Holidays almost everything is closed You can buy alcohol in pubs on Sunday lunchtimes between 1200h 1500h but on a Sunday evening you must buy a meal in order to drink alcohol Language English is spoken by the majority of the population Climate The climate is temperate with mild winters and cool sunny summers The warmest months are August and September Camping Caravans travelling from the UK or Europe are currently not allowed in Guernsey Motorhomes are permitted on the island but must obtain a permit through a designated campsite Voltage Electricity is supplied at 240 volts 50 hertz An adapter is needed if travelling from Continental Europe or further afield Insurance Travellers from the UK are advised to take out travel insurance when

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/destinations/guernsey-events/harbour-open-day.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Jersey Liberation Day
    Travel tips Currency The currency in Guernsey is sterling The States of Guernsey issue their own notes and coins but all UK notes and coins are legal tender Driving Driving is on the left hand side There is a maximum speed enforcement of 35 miles per hour with further restrictions in built up areas Parking Parking in Guernsey operates on a Disc Parking Scheme Parking Discs are 3 50 and are available onboard the ferry and at the Guernsey Information Centre Shopping On Sundays and Bank Holidays almost everything is closed You can buy alcohol in pubs on Sunday lunchtimes between 1200h 1500h but on a Sunday evening you must buy a meal in order to drink alcohol Language English is spoken by the majority of the population Climate The climate is temperate with mild winters and cool sunny summers The warmest months are August and September Camping Caravans travelling from the UK or Europe are currently not allowed in Guernsey Motorhomes are permitted on the island but must obtain a permit through a designated campsite Voltage Electricity is supplied at 240 volts 50 hertz An adapter is needed if travelling from Continental Europe or further afield Insurance Travellers from

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/destinations/guernsey-events/liberation-day.aspx (2016-02-15)
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