The Carlton Savannah
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Chris was doing his “let’s order our dinner now so that it will be ready when we want it” routine. This so confuses the kitchen. He’d decided we would eat in the hotel tonight in their Chinese restaurant which was on the 8th floor. So as soon as we dropped our bags, we went up to the 8th floor to order our meal. How funny, we were almost the last getting our room but ...
... one in a slightest--or even notice me, for that matter! Finally a man looks at me. "Excuse me..." he says Does he want to hassle me? sell me something? offer to be my guide? "You have a sticker stuck to your pants..." he politely points out. Almost everyone is dressed very respectably and formally, despite this being a tropical island, and not many people are just sitting around. Definitely not the stereotypical image of the Caribbean with folks just ...
... the main street of bars and clubs in Port of Spain)... first to a bar then to a club. I had a fair few rums and loads of their typical foods, which are all generally really nice, if a little spicy for me... We eventually made it home at about 3.30am. I was woken earlier than I would've chosen on Saturday morning as the whole family was going for a drive/walk up to see a dam at the top of their road (which is a dead end and just goes into the rainforest). In ...
... overweight. That meant we would be charged $150 US for each bag. We had no choice, so we did not complain. She said she would get her supervisor to come to the counter.
A few minutes later the supervisor was there. We explained our ignorance and asked for forgiveness. He was very kind and said he would let us pass; however, he was not sure what may happen in Port of Spain. We thanked him for ...
... the building was painted red. The name was born and every since the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago meets here in the Red House. Although it was destroyed by fire in during the riots of 1903, it stands as a symbol of enduring democracy in the islands. This will be an impressive member of our collection of colored buildings. We have seen the White House in Washington D.C; the Blue House in Soule, Korea and now the Red House in Port of Spain.
We were now ...