Coblentz Inn Boutique Hotel
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... at a marketplace before heading through customs. I'd seen another tin drum I wanted to add to Harry's reggae percussion band - such a dedicated Nana. Problem - I had no cash and they had no card services. I skulked about like a beggar waiting for a familiar face to show up - either one of my tablemates or any of the umpteen people I've met on the ship. Gwen, an American lady I'd met on the first day and haven't been able to find since, turned up and happily bought my ...
... Upon arrival, we got a taxi ($30 US, set rate) to the hotel. We were able to check in – hurray! – even though it was around 10am. We have two adjoining rooms … Paul and I have a living room with large desk and work area and bedroom, and the living room connects to the kids' room, giving us essentially a two-bedroom suite. Nice. We went out in search of food but had ...
... menu as "sautéed
Checked out a panyard but, no pan, just some locals sat
around drinking beer, which could have been almost as entertaining. Popped into
the cemetery on the way back when I eventually found the entrance on Mahatma
Ghandi. A little oasis of calm in the middle of the city but surprisingly not
too many lavish tombs.
By then it was beer o’clock and the hammock on the veranda
was beckoning – a nice ...
... on all of the sidewalks that converged on the center roundabout from the four sides of the square park. We stopped for a few minutes in the park to look at our small city map provided to us at the Cruise Ship Passenger Terminal.
We exited the park on Park Street, turned right, and headed for Fredrickson Street which would led us to our next designation. We noticed that the closer to our destination the heavier the traffic became. It was approaching noon ...
Port of Spain is located on the northwest coast of Trinidad island and is the capital city of Trinidad and Tobago. It is probably most famous for its Carnival which takes place prior to Lent. It is a mixture of parades, music and calypso competitions with costumes and masks. While entering the port facilities from the ship, you are greeted with a huge ...