Clarion Hotel & Suites Curacao
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... No, this was the first stop on our tour of Curaçao. We were visiting the distillery that produces 'Blue Curaçao' orange liqueur. (Chocolate, coffee, rum & raisin and standard flavour were tasted.) From there we moved on to the semi-sub, moored alongside the Hilton hotel. After a short safety briefing we decamped below the ...
... The distillery has been around for more than 100 years and the liqueur is Kosher certified. How about them apples? They had four varieties we were able to taste – orange, coffee, chocolate and rum raisin. Sweet but good.
I found it very interesting that the liqueur was Kosher. For whatever reason I don’t know, I never think of the Jews as being in South America. But that is surely my own ignorance. We ...
... ventured alongside the floating market, and then to some of the historic buildings still looking quite resplendent with their yellow painted exterior.
I think if we ever return to Curaçao it would be nice to take a bus or short tour around the island as this main port area is looking rather tired now.
Talking of tired, I was beginning to wilt in the heat, it was 28 degrees so I sat in a cafe along the waters edge and enjoyed a nice cold drink before returning to the ship. ...
... decided not to drive the second road, which runs along the coast.
After leaving the park we drove around the northwest end of the island then headed southeast back towards Willemstad. Our goal was a beach recommended by the cruise line. The name is perfect, Blue Bay. The road had a long construction detour along a bumpy unpaved road. One fruit vendor sat under her umbrella on this stretch, eating lots of dust in the process. She needs to find a better ...
An early dock this morning with a relatively short stay so we decided to set the alarm ( the royal we) for 7am. A beautiful morning greeted us with not a cloud in the sky and even so early, pleasant temperature. Off to the restaurant for breakfast and then off the ship and into the pretty little town of Willemstad. Curaçao is a Dutch island occupied by the Dutch in 1634 and has en estimated population of around 160,000 people. It's ...