Flagship Crown Bay
Travel Blogs from St. Thomas
Senoorrrr Frogs! A hoy! It was happening! As happening as it was, the drinks cost about 225% more than the last place I was at (Genesis). I had one beer and made my way to the dance floor when I heard “Cupid Shuffle” blaring through the restaurant. As I was dancing I started noticing the local predators throughout the bar. They poured shots down tourists mouths and whispered sweet nothings, as I got a quick clue this wasn’t the ...
... to the island, about 30 minutes. The rain bothered us for about five minutes but the weather was lovely and warm. All of the staff on the boat were from the US and very helpful. They talked us through the use of the snorkelling equipment and then we were ready to roll.
Once anchored among other tour boats, we jumped in the water. Our tour guide showed us the green turtles the cove is famous for, lazily feeding on the ocean floor. They were not bothered by us at all ...
... to Australia's or the South Pacific's vegetation. We walked along the beach and by the time we got back to the main area, the beach was teaming with tourists, it was crazy and a bit of a shame. We saw some iguanas which were a bit scary ...
... said "mind that lady's leg" meaning Min who had staggered a bit when the woman got in. Mrs Angry's face went puce with rage and she screamed, her eyes popping out of her head "I have not touched that lady's leg!"
Whilst all this was going on, the elevator's speakers were gently playing "the Girl From Ipanema" I kid you not.
Fortunately the doors opened soon after and it was our floor. "It's ok this is my floor too." Said Mrs A from I, and we all ...
My second visit in the Caribbean was to St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands. I was fortunate enough to reside with a family friend who owns a historical villa in the midst of the historical slave market. Staying in the villa gave a true sense of everyday life in St.Thomas. I was looking forward to my visit in The Hassel Islands, best known for its hiking, snorkeling, kayaking along the historical monuments, and breath taking scenery. As soon a I got there I ...
Other places to stay in St. Thomas
Veterans Drive - Waterfront, Charlotte Amalie | 3 star hotelfrom $134
- Very Nice
- Good for what you're getting
- Ok...but not the greatest...
6800 Estate Nazareth, East End | 4 star hotelfrom $157
- Terrible Terrible Terrible
- Know before you go
- A Fairytale Experience
6280 Estate Nazareth, Benner | 3 star hotelfrom $338
- Great place to stay if you want seclusion
- The Best Vacation Ever!
- Thought it would be better based on reviews here
Estate Smith Bay, St. Thomas | 2 star hotelfrom $190
- Crystal Cove was Great!
- Crystal Cove is the greatest!
- Loved Crystal Cove at Sapphire Bay, St. Thomas
8071 Lindberg Bay, Charlotte Amalie | 3 star hotelfrom $138
- Rude front office
- Miss the bar,the beach,the room and Al the Taxi guy
- Excellent Bartender--Candy can make a GREAT Pina Colada
7091 Estate Mafolie, Charlotte Amalie | 3 star hotelfrom $127
- Great Stay -- Jan 3-10, 2005!!
- Had Great Reception Dinner Here!
- Great time and great value