Cascadia Hotel & Conference Center

Address: 67 Ariapita Road, Port of Spain, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 67 Ariapita Road, Port of Spain.
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      Bake and Shark

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Mar 09, 2015

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      ... guide named as Immortalle trees which were planted to shade the coffee plants. As we looked over the hillside, you could see these brilliant orange trees peeking through the evergreens. From our viewpoint, we could see Port of Spain in the distance and looking in the other direction; we could see the Caribbean Sea. According to our guide, Trinidad is hit by four different bodies of water around its shores. I only ...

      1903. First Impressions of the Caribbean

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 28, 2015

      30 photos

      ... people on all the islands... they can rob you and even kill you... and the police? They're even worse!" I'd like to hope he's exaggerating based on one or two bad experiences he's had, but his warnings do put me on edge. The whole trip is built around the idea that I'll be able to walk freely from village to village all around the islands, playing music along the way. If it turns out that this isn't going to work out, it could throw my whole trip for a ...

      Heading home

      A travel blog entry by andy_n on Feb 14, 2014

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      ... for us in a private party room at the back which was overly air conditioned, but at least one could conduct a conversation. The food was good, standard pub-type fare, and plentyous. James and Lindrena tucked into hamburgers the size of dinner plates.

      So, back to the Holiday Inn, where we would rouse ourselves at 4:30am to catch the first shuttle to the airport, and a WestJet flight departing at 7:00am for our return to the snow. Yuck, on both accounts.

      Habitat for Humanity 2013

      A travel blog entry by agreenslade on Aug 29, 2013

      ... Trinidadian red and black and said "Happy Independence 2013" why the hell can't we get Somerset Marlboro Lights in July?? I digress..... On the way to the hotel, Mr. Singh told me all about Trinidad, and showed me the mountain that all of the gangsters who shoot each other live on (at least they contain it to a mountain - why can't our wannabe gangsters keep their **** to themselves?!). As we drove through the city, I was a little taken aback by it. There were ...

      18: Island Hopping Home

      A travel blog entry by eurobertson on Jun 01, 2013

      51 photos

      ... going to see one. We started the patrol at 8 and there were 5 of us in total (I took 2L of Coca-Cola and some crisps as a guest) – the first beach to patrol was Turtle Bay and we didn’t find any there. We then went down to Grafton beach and again we didn’t see any. The turtles do not like bright lights (they follow the light, mistaking it for the sea and get disorientated and confused) and both of these beaches have either large hotels or some lights shining onto ...