Calabash Hotel

Box 382, St. George's, St. George, Grenada | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $262.00

Travel Blogs from St. George's

Grenada, Island of Spices

A travel blog entry by wendy60


We sail into Saint George's and marvel at yet another interesting scene. The Fort George and the hospital dominate the harbour entrance,following around and down the bay by beautiful fish scale tiled rooves on houses and bright coloured shrubs. We motor and buzz The Carenage, then the lagoon in which sits Fort Louis Marina and the Grenada Yacht Club. We then anchor outside in the bay and watch the anchoring antics, or lunantics, of others. It never fails to ...

You say Gran A da, I say Gran AR da !!

A travel blog entry by dougo


... Yes he said … no they didn’t as we found out when we saw the girl in the shop.

Back on board we ate lunch from the International Deli. Then up to our cabin, dropped off our goods and chattels then to the Princess Theatre to see a movie about Steve Jobs called “Jobs” starring Ashton Kutcher. It wasn’t bad. Then straight to Trivia which was in the Wheelhouse Bar - dismal – then to the cabin ...

Day 122 - Onades com a l'Atlàntic / Atlantic waves

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... you believe how "lucky" we have been? Now we know we do not get sea sick anymore.

Incidentally, one of these days we met a French family, I think it was in Sandy Island, who told us that they had just arrived sailing. This crossing takes usually around 3 weeks with the type of boat they had. We learned that the crossing is done typically from Cape Verde in November, when the weather ...

Spice Island

A travel blog entry by marqual


We did a full day tour with Mandoo on this day. We had heard some mixed reviews and were even more surprised when we showed up and found it was going to be a private tour - just us and the guide. On all other tours I had booked, there were usually 8-14 people. On this day, we would do the "North" tour. Like Dominica and St. Lucia, Grenada was a lush Rain ...

St. Johns, Antigua to St. Georges, Grenada

A travel blog entry by harry4123


... would be to follow airways A312 and A324 along the chain of leeward islands, and then the windward islands, so if you have a problem, you'd be closer to land and maybe an airport. That route is not a lot longer than the direct route over water I took.

Since I was now headed almost due south (mag course about 195 degrees), the headwinds were gone, replaced with about ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Box 382, St. George's, is near Underwater Sculptures, Sandy Island, Tyrell Bay, and Carriacou Museum.
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