Grenada Palace Hotel

Address: P.O.Box 728, St. George, Grenada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P.O.Box 728, St. George, is near Grenada Co-Operative Nutmeg Association, Carib's Leap, Bianca C, and Green Island.
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Travel Blogs from St. George

Wild seals at Island Bay!

A travel blog entry by lawsy on Jul 30, 2015

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... family home in Makara just outside the City. It was beautiful. 21 acres of land, sheep, lambs, chickens, ducks, 3 dogs, 2 cats and a little boy called Jack. We also met James' wife Lou and had home made pizzas in front of the fire before heading off to bed. I got to sleep in a double bed with real bedsheets for the first time since being in New Zealand. ...

New Zealand's Greatest Views

A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Jun 03, 2015

5 photos

... to see that it is difficult to decide which views to call the greatest. Here though is a very incomplete stab at making such a list, so I present to you with no further ado with some of New Zealand's greatest views:

The Beautiful Blue Waters of Marlborough Sound

Travelling between the two islands of New Zealand is an adventure in itself. Taking the boat across this stretch of water you will feel ...

"Long Train Running..."

A travel blog entry by elaine-snell on May 06, 2015

6 comments, 12 photos

..... as the Doobie Brothers might croon

New Zealand, South island, following the autumn sun northwards.

Aoraki was known to the Maori people for hundreds of years before it was 'discovered' by a Dutchman and later re-named Mount Cook. Aoraki means ‘cloud piercer’ but it was buried under a duvet of cloud (and therefore, so was I in my motel) and rain when I was there, apart from a splendid 5 minutes the ...


A travel blog entry by mgibbs on Apr 30, 2015

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... ten minutes before going home. And on our 38 th anniversary too! I spent a couple of hours in the museum and enjoyed the history of Wellington. I was regularly struck by the similarities between NZ history and Australia, especially during the wars. A sad and well documented story was the Wahine, an inter-island ferry which was sunk in the Wellington Harbour in 1968 during a severe storm with the loss of 51 lives. We returned to our rather depressing car park base and had a quiet ...

Pretty awesome place

A travel blog entry by emz868 on Mar 16, 2015

We set off early in the morning for Queenstown! We had heard so many good things about this place, so we were excited to get there. We made a stop on the way for the people that wanted to bungy jump! We watched quite a few crazy people do it! No way could I ever do it! We arrived in Queenstown and bumped into so many people we had met along the way. It was like a big reunion. We went to relax by the beach, then that night I met up with ...