Hotel LeVillage St Barth

Address: Baie de St-Jean, St. Jean, 97133, St. Barthélemy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Baie de St-Jean, St. Jean, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from St. Jean

      Statia

      A travel blog entry by fiandross29 on Jun 23, 2013

      4 comments, 127 photos

      ... the journey from their nest to the sea. Finally, on my very last day we did! The problem we had was the fact our van was broken. It had in fact been broken since I arrived but Caribbean time meant it still wasn't fixed despite the fact it was supposed to be a relatively small problem. Anyway, such is life in the Caribbean - nothing happens fast. This meant we couldn't do evening patrols of the beach. During the day we helped ...

      The Real Caribbean Olympics

      A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana on Mar 03, 2013

      6 photos

      ... A
      dancing competition. Each team had five minutes to work out some sort of routine. It was going to be judges on its merit; how together they all were, and anything else the judges could think of. The only problem was that the teams would not know what the music was going to be until they were 'on stage’. And then have to adapt their version of the dance to the music. If you could find a costume to wear, you’d receive more points. And that was all ...

      St. Barts - Yellow Submarine. Dreams and reality

      A travel blog entry by pdh61 on Dec 28, 2012

      6 photos

      ... yellow submarine appears by our pier. It appears to be a surface vessel. Certainly in terms of trades description it is yellow? The sub marine bit well let's see. At our first "stop" we see a ship wreck (circa 1995 hurricane) in the bay entrance. We go down below. It is a surface vessel but with a glass bottomed area below the surface, feels like being in a submarine. The wreck is surrounded by sharks, tropical fish and sea turtles. Next stop an area beside some rocks ...

      International Island

      A travel blog entry by mtbrown on Mar 09, 2012

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... cruise and cargo ships; the French side can only handle smaller ships and yachts. Both sides have lots of steep hills and beautiful ocean views. You get a good view of several other islands from the French side; not so much from the Dutch side. They even have different oceans: the Dutch side mostly faces the Caribbean and the French side mostly faces the Atlantic. There are several nice beaches, but the main draw is ...

      A Nation Under Two Flags

      A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 08, 2012

      ... isn't the biggest ship we've been on (that honour goes to the Queen Mary 2) but it has the most passengers, over 3,000, so it is just too big and impersonal. You could meet someone, have a good conversation with them, then never see them again for the rest of the cruise; such as our table companions who we'd only seen once, on New Year's Eve.

      And so ended another day as we made our way back to cabin B238 for another good night's ...