Courtyard By Marriott Port Of Spain
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Spent christmas eve dinner with friends and will be off to Tobago the next day :) happy holidays!
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Farklechunx stayed here on Dec 26, 2013 during their trip titled: Farklechunx's Great Adventure.
... 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 ...
... fashion, boarding did not begin until midnight.
Our seats were 25C and 25D, two aisle seats. They were at the very back of the plane. That bode well, because in Georgetown, they normally bring two sets of stairs, one at the front and one at the rear of the plane.
After an uneventful flight, we exited from the rear of the plane and went through immigration ...
... trip to get back to the ship took 45 minutes! Oh well we are not on any schedule. There is a jeweler on board from Daytona... So I'm on the hunt for a special Christmas gift for a special someone! She made a special collection to highlight the Amazon area... We will see! We have two days at sea before we head into the mouth of the Amazon River! Weather conditions are good so we should have a smooth ...
... a competition that is held as part of the Carnival events. Steel Bands…which comprise of people playing Trinidad and Tobago’s National Instrument…the STEEL PAN or Steel Drum’s as some people around the world like to call it. This I never understand.. like “football” & “soccer”. Anyway….the Steel Pan is practiced for months…and many bands practice tirelessly for this big completion. It is really quite a ...