Carl's Unique Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... he has been voted best tour bus driver on the island eight times. I can see why; like Noemi, his schtick is definitely worth the price of admission.
When we got to the butterfly farm, we were met by the owner of the farm, William Slayter, and eccentric Englishman who invited us into the butterfly enclosure, which is an area about 50 feet by 40 feet enclosed in netting and containing many different ...
... laundry ship and was recently converted a few years ago to be a passenger ship. Along with 19 other passengers, plus a crew of about 10, we set sail from Philipsburg to Gustavia on St. Barths island where we spent the night anchored in the ...
... my grinding contributed to sailing, but it did! When one of the three captains told me to grind, I would turn a crank in first, second, or third gear, depending on what I was told. Unfortunately, we took one of the turns on the course too wide, so it quickly took us from a close second place to a not so close third place. It was about a 45 minute race, and it felt good to get a little physical exertion, since I haven’t had much on this trip. Once back on ...
... secluded. There were beach-side villas, no restaurants, and none of the persistent(or pesky, depending how many times you'd been up and down the boardwalk) umbrella/beer/beach chair salesmen. THIS is where we spent several hours. There was ************e around us and we just laid on some towels, swam around in the remarkably clear water, and took several pictures.
Around noon or so we went to check out the town and the Carnival, which they celebrate for 25 ...
... By early afternoon the karaoke bars start to compete with one another. And the participants here, are no better than the ones at home. To stay in one of the beach hotels would be hell. If we'd have by-passed Caycoco, San Juan and St. Maarten, on our way to Rome, both Elenka and I would have been much happier.