Hotel Caravelle on St. Croix
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... we found a bday card that we had the other couple, Clare and Ron, sign but we didn't get the group at the end of the table to because we didn't quite get to know them because they didn't come to our table until the third night. Our group and our table seatings had been set by then.
We had to rush through supper because they were only having one show. Carlos Oscar, a very funny comedian.
The night before we found out that we hadn't been signed up for the Wine n ...
... to be very lucky because I met a young french Canadian couple who was doing the same thing, and a big group of couples from Florida. I started talking to one of the Floridans, and it turned out one of the couples drank too much the night before (thanks to the all you can drink package on board) and they were looking for 2 people to take their reservation on Big Beards Tour.
So, the Canadian couple and I decided to do this full day ...
... in what must be one of the wetter parts of the island, but even this was much less biomass than we have seen elsewhere on this trip.We visited the Salt River Bay National Historic Site in the morning. This site has evidence of occupation reaching back almost 4,000 years, when meso-american explorers settled there. Much later, it was visited by Christopher Columbus on his 1493 voyage (second trip to the new ...
... peaceful, but also beginning to show a bit of age around the edges. No worries - points again and an idyllic setting in which to conclude our Caribbean adventure.Unfortunately, the resort dining room is full, so we opted for a place we saw down the road - "Rowdy Joe's" - which turned out to be AMAZING. The food was fresh, expertly prepared, and presented in a truly laid back atmosphere with a reggae soundtrack. A WINNER!!We got back to the room and collapsed. Tomorrow's another ...
Our first port of call was Frederiksted, St. Croix (USVI). At 84 sq mis, St. Croix is the largest of the US Virgin Islands and the furthest east US territory from the mainland (assuming you don't go to Guam or Somoa). Frederiksted is a local town, so we hopped a local shuttle to Christenden about 20-30 miles away. Even though the vehicles are all American with left ...
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking