8 May
2016

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Visiting Victor Hugo's house

8 May, 2016

A trip to where Les Misérables was written

Arrange a meeting for tomorrow afternoon with Jonathan Le Toq, outgoing Chief Minister of Guernsey. Visit Victor Hugo’s house. He spent nearly 20 years in exile here, and during that time wrote Les Misérables. His house is under the jurisdiction of the French Government and is administered from Paris.

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