La Maison D'ete Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Maison D'ete Hotel Belle Mare
Recepção excelente! Atendimento sempre personalizado! Limpeza! Sorrisos! Piscina, caiaque, praia... Boas vindas com pétalas de flores sobre a cama! Pratos fantásticos no restaurante!!! Até atendimento em português nós tivemos!
Toda essa experiência dentro do Projeto 20°12' (www.projeto2012.com.br)
O único ponto que poderia ser questionado é a localização. Para tudo você precisa de carro ou táxi. Como queríamos conhecer toda a ilha e teríamos que pegar táxi sempre para ir de um lado para outro, não vimos absolutamente nenhum ponto contra.
Uma experiência maravilhosa para nós, que fomos em lua-de-mel para Maurício.
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... with lots of shops selling sari and other clothes.
Then past the racetrack which Mario said we’d get a better shot of from the Citadel.
Up we climbed to the Citadel and out we got … posing for a photo in front of an old cannon.
The Citadel – also known as Fort Alexandra - was built and used by the Portuguese centuries ago and is ...
... French music from the 50s – pre-“yeh-yeh” as the French sometimes call 60s pop music. Many of the movies on TV are of the Bollywood variety, which are not very sophisticated, but neither are they tainted by graphic sex and constant joking allusions to things one doesn’t really care to imagine. Of course it’s not Mayberry here and there is an unpleasant underbelly as in all societies, but it’s of a much less ...
... The total of my purchases came to about 12 US dollars. Haha gotta love the Mauritian Rupee.
So we got to this beautiful beach, cracked open some Smirnoff ices, and met up with every other student from the ship pretty much. The weather was beautiful and all was fun until the one girl I was with finished up her 26r of rum before 930am, and was pretty much the drunkest person I’ve ever seen in my life. So at around 10am we decided we needed to get Sonia back to ...
... style zoo to us, and not well signed, but it was an interesting visit nevertheless.
Then we headed back through Port Louis to the SSR gardens. Our driver took us through town so we could see Chinatown, the commercial centre and the Indian quarter before arranging for a guide to show us round the gardens.
Akbar was a fantastic guide fluent in English, French, Italian and German as well as his native Creole. ...
... an hour to find our villa because he only spoke French. Luckily,
one of my friends spoke minimal French, but enough to get him close to our
villa. It was worth the wait.
On the last day we woke up at 7AM (that was a rough one) to take a speedboat
to a private island. On the island we went snorkeling, played with our frisbee,
and once again….loved life. Before we got on the ship we all stopped at the McDonalds and enjoyed ...