Dover Beach Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Dover Beach Hotel Christ Church
Travel Blogs from Christ Church
... workers on the cruise ship and it is fun to be able to have a drink with them.
A taxi arrives that can hold up to 15 passengers so we all decide it's time to go back to the ship and clean up for dinner.
Shower, change clothes, another drink, dinner, and another trivia game and we call it a night.
Tomorrow we will be in Puerto Rico. God Bless America.
... us on a 3-4 hour tour where we saw $3000 per night hotels and the homes of Tiger Woods and Ricky Martin. We stopped at a church and saw abandoned sugar mills. Our last stop was a view point of the Atlantic Ocean, where we had a drink and enjoyed the view.
We stopped for souvenirs before getting back on the boat.
... went in for a last snorkel and Claire read her book catching the remaining sunshine before we enjoyed a beer at happy hour. I sent Claire to the bar this time with instructions to only order 1 beer, I had learnt my lesson!
This evening we went out for a wonderful meal to say thank you and goodbye to Alvan, he chose a great restaurant challed "Champers" which had a great decking area right on the coast. There were lights shining on ...
... very spiffy with the famous hotel and an extremely modern mall with all the designer names (so thats where they shop!) as well as big
houses owned by the rich and famous and Wayne Rooney! Holetown looks very pretty with a shopping area of little huts all brightly painted.
The beach cafe at Mullins Bay is part of the Westmoreland hotel but all the Barbadian beaches are public so half of the beach is covered by ...
... shrimp and dry pea rice (our first culinary adventure). WOW! I'll be packing on the pounds if the food is this good everywhere. We sat on the patio, eating our dinner, whilst swapping stories of driving on the "wrong" side of the road. Barbados is an old British colony, so driving is on the left. That's not bad, except for round abouts, which I can't even manage in the ...