Alicia's Palace

3/4 Mile Post, Lady Chancellor Road, Port of Spain, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by ewtodd


... state functions are still held here today.
The Barbados flag with the two blue stripes represent the sea, the yellow in the middle represents the sand and the broken trident on the yellow represents the break from Britain as Barbados gained their independence Nov. 30th 1966.
There is a Prime Minister as well as a Gov. General like we have at home. In 1990 the then Gov. General Rita Barrows whose brother was P.M. at the time lead a motion to have Nelson Mandela freed ...

Heading home

A travel blog entry by andy_n


... production about how inconvenient it was for her to reach across and retrieve our baggage tags from the other machine that was at least three and a half feet away. Her co-worker, at the adjacent counter, made some comment about her sniffy attitude, to which our clerk announced in a loud voice "Well! It's not my fault that I have to work on Valentines Day!!!" Those words have echoed repeatedly in my mind. I have concluded that they encompass the single ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie

... at the back of the plane, no choice by the time the trolley arrived so lumbered with a very good chicken curry, then the only other food was chicken tikka sandwiches 8 hours later – not a lot for that flight length and you got to like chicken curry!

Had decided not to engage with my seatmate initially – a very young Catholic missionary travelling with a small group - once you start ...

A walkabout in Port of Spain

A travel blog entry by danharriet


... toward King’s Wharf. We crossed out of the park across a busy two lane road and the cars immediately stopped as we stepped out onto the street. Harriet commented on how we must have the proper pedestrian role mastered because of the ease of our crossing. Then we noticed that two uniformed police officers were also crossing the street just behind us and that we were in front of a large police station. We took some photos of the station before we were told that ...

End of 2009 Down The Islands

A travel blog entry by deanandliz


... of sitting by the sea eating BBQ steaks with 20 ****** people doing houses of parliament (only one person standing to speak). Of course things degenerated quickly into raucous cries of "I OBJECT" and "ORDER, ORDER"!
Liz's first fishing trip: 5:30am early start on Brande V (Richard's boat) , started with a sunrise and dolphins in the wake of the boat. 3hrs fishing, more dolphins but no bite. By 8am, beer was ready to be drunk, and we ...


This hotel, located on 3/4 Mile Post, Lady Chancellor Road, Port of Spain, is near Maracas Bay, Queen's Park Savannah, Independence Square, and Brian Lara Promenade.
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