Filao Beach Hotel

Address: Box 66, St. Jean, 97099, St. Barthélemy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Box 66, St. Jean, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from St. Jean

Interesting people we met over the last 2 weeks.

A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana on Feb 13, 2013

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... terminal is quite close to where we live, so off we trotted with our trusty rucksack over one shoulder. Now; when you think of a high speed ferry going from one country to another, the sort of crew you expect to find on board would be a crew who are well turned out; in a naval uniform of sort; and definitely polished shoes. This is the one thing that companies like. Seems to give the passenger a sort of feeling of well being. Someone who knows their job. Speaks calmly. ...

Doesn't get much better than this!

A travel blog entry by pdh61 on Dec 20, 2012

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... ship marina to our resort all along Great Bay. It has the largest collection of jewellry shops i have ever seen including a Tiffanys. Target market is the peeps from the cruise ships. Fortunately the cruise ships head out every evening between 1600 and 1800hrs and we have the town to ourselves. I manage to get through diamond ally wallet in tact and we find a lovely old colonial house with two 20 bedroom blocks either ...

Headed home

A travel blog entry by brianmilton on Feb 03, 2012

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... in St. Louis late tonight and make a Whole Foods / REI run tomorrow before driving back to Branson. We owe a HUGE THANK YOU to Fred and Jill for inspiring this trip and taking us sailing. It will definitely make the list of all-time most memorable vacations and we had such a great time with them.

We'll wrap up tonight or tomorrow with a quick post to let you know we made it home safely. Hopefully you enjoyed the stories and pictures...we certainly enjoyed ...

A Nation Under Two Flags

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 08, 2012

... of fighting our way through the throngs of taxi and minibus drivers who all wanted to take us on a tour of the island. No sooner had you said "no, thank you" to one of them, another one would approach. It was a wonder any of them could make a living when they were all in competition with each other. At least they didn't follow you along the road, or tug on your sleeve, the way they do in some countries.

We made our way down to ...

Early morning start.

A travel blog entry by natashaflack on Sep 18, 2011

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... so were the rain clouds. They were as black as a bats bottom (another one of my clever similes...). Luckily we managed to get most of the way home before they caught up with us, but once they did, the rain was unrelenting. We got absolutely drenched.

At the end of Simpson Bay - we sat down to put our walking shoes back on and there were two of the cutest dogs which came right up to us and demanded cuddles! The little black ...

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