Par-may-la's Inn

Address: #53 Picton Street, Port of Spain, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on #53 Picton Street, Port of Spain, is near Maracas Bay, Queen's Park Savannah, Independence Square, and National Museum and Art Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Port of Spain

    And so we begin..,

    A travel blog entry by daveserrao on Jan 18, 2015

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    Tomorrow is the beginning of the work week for us! It is finally here. Habitat for Humanity met with us and gave us a couple of facts that you might want to know. 100% of HH Trinidad is reliant on donations from you! The government works with them on costs of materials. Each Recipient of HH has to contribute 100hrs to their own home and 200hrs it …

    Bake and Shark

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Mar 09, 2015

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    ... the name. The other tree I liked was a type of palm that was 150 years old and had bloomed this year at the top of it for the very first time. It only blooms once in its lifetime and the fronds below the top were already dying off and falling. We had only walked a short way away from the tree when two of the massive fronds fell to the ground. Had we still been under the tree, they would have felled a couple of us at ...

    1903. First Impressions of the Caribbean

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 28, 2015

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    ... walk to the terminal--just like I'd always pictured an arrival to a tropical island would be. But the welcoming feeling quickly ends when I reach immigration. I give my passport, return ticket information and the address of the guesthouse room I'd reserved for the first night. The official looks me suspiciously. "How long are you staying here? What's the purpose of your visit? Do you know anyone in Trinidad?" I make the mistake of telling him I know ...

    Stay off the streets

    A travel blog entry by andy_n on Feb 07, 2014

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    ... the hotel was excellent. The staff were courteous and obliging from the greeter at the door through the head waiter. The restaurant was first rate and no fault could be found in the room. So why gripe about a few dollars?

    As an aside, I can't leave this introduction to the island without a comment on language. Coming into town by taxi I was perplexed to see highway signage in both English and Spanish. The reason for this, I was told, was that ...

    18: Island Hopping Home

    A travel blog entry by eurobertson on Jun 01, 2013

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    ... in my eyes but Brandon said you can definitely get even bigger!

    After celebrating our catch I quickly moved onto the next mission of the day – a full island tour on the scooter! I started to ride up the west side of the island (Caribbean side) and stopped at a lot of nice bays and secluded beaches to take in the view and have the occasional quick dip. Tobago is full of white sand beaches and I went to Great Courland Bay, Back Bay, Culloden Bay, Castara ...