The Cappuccino Lounge

Nelsons Alley, St. John's, Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda | Hotel

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The old man and the sea

A travel blog entry by jimnunn


... There" said Min when we got back to the pool. "I bet you feel better now?"


"You must do that every day." My reply was short and to the point and rhymed with "toy locks" but said under my breath.

Other than that excitement, everything has fallen into a steady routine, of eating and chilling by the pool. We're all getting badly bitten by the mosquitoes and sand flies and the neighbours above us, (and next to Elaine and David) ...

At Sea

A travel blog entry by steve874

... the voice of Billy Connolly and the face of Russ Abbott and the sense of humour of both, all in all a good couple of hours :-) We decided to take a power nap again but blamed the wine :-) Dinner was at the Indian Buffet, busy but very good. We sat at the Terrace bar with Erica and Peter from our table then we went off to see Roy walker in the. Curzon theatre, a few old jokes but nevertheless entertaining. Finally a night cap in the Crows nest where they had a Jazz set ...

Jolly Harbour

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing


... night we decide to lft the anchor and head into the safety of the marina a day early so we can recharge our batteries before the Xmas festivities! With Ellisa safely moored up we head off to the Crows nest for Happy Hour with the steel band to start Xmas ...

Swimming with stingrays

A travel blog entry by tizwoz


... arm but I remained unscathed. The stingrays flap by and bump into you. Their body feels soft and smooth but the tail is rough. It was an amazing treat to be with these graceful creatures. Back at the beach we were handed a rum punch and then bought the photos of the stingray encounter on a CD before going back to the ship. Like Barbados, Antigua is a lovely island. Perhaps we like them because they were previously ...

No pirates of Antigua

A travel blog entry by spsadventures


... opinion.
One of the big buildings is the museum. It has a few artifacts on display and a bunch of descriptive blurbs about what life was like in the British navy during the days of the
pirates and wars with the Spanish Armada. One of the funnier ones described the origin of “grog.”

Beer was a typical British navy ration, but it was less available in the Caribbean. So, rum became the ration. Except, the sailors were ...


This hotel, located on Nelsons Alley, St. John's, is near King's Casino, Admiral's House Museum, Dow's Hill Interpretation Centre, and Akparo Salon & Spa.
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