Auberge Seraphine

Address: Vielle Bay, Castries, 00000, Saint Lucia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Vielle Bay, Castries, is near St. Lucia Helicopters, Fort Charlotte, Central Library, and Maria Islands Nature Reserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Castries

    St Lucia with Family and Millie - Saturday

    A travel blog entry by kristinholcomb on Mar 22, 2014

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    ... After asking security to go back through to make sure nothing was wrong, they came through.

    We took off for the 1.5 hr drive to the resort. We stopped by a little store on the side of the road to get some Pitons (local beer), the building was a huge advertisement for Heineken. We were able to stop by Mandele Lookout Point over the fishing village where they were having a carnival, you could hear the ...

    First days at the hospitals

    A travel blog entry by ksmith630 on Jan 14, 2014

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    ... attention to the information on the signs... Beautiful views from on top of the points though! Unfortunately, all the photos I took are on my camera as I didn't have my phone with me. I'll have to wait til I'm back in Australia to upload them. We went back to the main island after a sit on the beach to watch the sunset while drinking cocktails by the marina. Pretty picturesque way to end the day! Keep having to remind myself how lucky I am to be in the ...

    Three little birds

    A travel blog entry by andyryder on Sep 20, 2013

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    ... the afternoon by the pool at the Discovery. We now seem to be the only ones there!

    Off to the Pitons. The French name for peaks, two peaks thrown up from when the island was formed by volcano Soufriere stand sentinel to a small town of the same name. Its about an hour from our gaff to Soufriere, the road is incredibly winding as it has to go up and down over some serious hills, but its in great condition. Most of it has been relaid, paid for by the EU. Makes ...

    Yellow Bird

    A travel blog entry by andyryder on Sep 18, 2013

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    ... Tizzie and her son Lucky. Lucky is so called because he was the only survivor of Tizzie’s litter.

    We then took the dogs for their walk with Pablo. Basically, we throw a ball for Tizzie
    whilst Lucky stands and watches! He seems to think there is no point chasing the ball as his Mum is always going to find it first, he just waits until Tizzie drops it then he grabs it and makes a bolt for it. Tizzie then chases ...

    St Lucia And Her Pitons Charm Us.

    A travel blog entry by heatheravan on Nov 30, 2012

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    ... through. Visiting St. Lucia's "drive in volcano" the only one of its type in the Caribbean was also exciting.

    At the end of the tour we we tendered back to the cruise ship from the enchanting Soufriere just as the sun was about to set. Back on board the sun lit up the sky silhouetting the Pitons one last time for some amazing photo opportunities as we sailed away from St. Lucia.

    Footnote: Pitons Management Area is UNESCO World Heritage ...