Auberge de la Petite Anse

Address: Anse des Flamands, St. Barthélemy, 97095 | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on Anse des Flamands, St. Barthélemy, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from St. Barthélemy

      The Islands that Brush the Clouds : St. Eustatius

      A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Jun 28, 2014

      1 comment, 45 photos

      ... she left our side. We went to a museum and learned on November 16, 1776, just after the American colonies declared independence an American warship entered Statia’s harbor and gave a cannon salute. Their Governor, DeGraff, in confusion, ordered a return salute, thereby the Netherlands was the first country to recognize us as a country. Great Britain was not happy with this because the Netherlands recognized the US as a country of ...

      French riviera meets French Polynesia.

      A travel blog entry by gill27 on Mar 23, 2014

      34 photos


      We sailed away from Dominica at 5.30pm weaving amongst the surrounding islands. It is mountainous terrain in this region, rocky outcrops against deep blue water. Following a shower and a taste of our delicious new rum in the room ,we headed to the casino lounge for a pre dinner drink and a chat with some fellow English passengers. I am not sure about future conversations with this couple after Stuart justified having ...

      Statia

      A travel blog entry by fiandross29 on Jun 23, 2013

      4 comments, 127 photos

      ... a new dive spot and see how it compared to the rest of the Caribbean. I also wanted to try my luck at finding one of the infamous blue beads which you see the locals and expats wearing round their necks. Its generally thought that these blue glass beads were lost overboard from a cargo ship in the late 1600s. The beads are still found today in the popular dive spot aptly names 'Blue Bead Hole', its becoming less and less ...

      St. Martin - Laundry day

      A travel blog entry by pdh61 on Dec 29, 2012

      4 photos

      Up bright and early to sit on sun deck and watch sunrise. We are in Philipsburg St. Maarten in the marina next to Queen Mary 2 and a number of other super cruise vessels. We sit on deck and watch our friends disembark along with the thousands leaving the cruise vessels going into St. Maarten for the day. 120 of the 140 passengers leaving this morning. We say our goodbyes to some very lovely fellow passengers who have become friends. We leave the boat along the ...

      Let the Racing Begin!

      A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Mar 02, 2012

      22 photos

      ... Another boat turned back with us and we saw Team Organizational Restructuring sprint to the lead towards the windward starting mark. But because of our head start off the line, we reached ahead of everybody and executed our jibe approaching the pin end of the line, then restarted on port tack with clear air, hearing the Race Committee announce “all clear” – meaning we were now legal again. But we now had our work cut out for ...