Hotel Baie des Anges

Address: Flamands, Anse des Flamands, St. Barthélemy, 97133, Caribbean | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel is located on Flamands, Anse des Flamands.
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      Day 7 of Cuba tour - Santiago de Cuba

      A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 21, 2014

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      Ian is not well today. He has woken up aching all over. He has had an upset stomach for a few days, I think it's a combination of this and heat stroke. It was in the high thirties in Camaguey and will be again here today. I have taken to using my umbrella as a parasol it works better than a hat which sticks to your head. Today we are touring the city and start off at the Revolution Square where there is now a massive monument to the fallen heroes, a "machete" for each one and a huge ...

      HELPING THE LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 30, 2012

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      Left at 0910, Dayron advising we are off at 0600 tomorrow as it's a long drive and not wanting to be on the roads at night. The driver will be dictating the stops [on his birthday]. The first mayor of consequence in Santiago de Cuba was Emilio Bacardi, son of the 1848 founder of the rum industry. We had six stops:

      --the first Che monument in Cuba
      --the marble statue of Antonio Maseo, the third ...

      AN EASY WALK TO A CUBAN SHRINE

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 29, 2012

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      ... things [that's what happens when you get a trip made up of nationals from mostly one place]. Ania asked how high we were going--who cares? All the locals were wearing shoes [perhaps due to Sunday?] and milling about. To the interpretative centre, also chatting with Alex about world finances, including China, the USA and Europe. Our 'jeeps' were SUV's, off in the third one at 0810, Pascal and John putting on their seatbelts. Zoomed along, dodging the occasional ...

      Smoke screens and an Open Top Tour

      A travel blog entry by macfarlanei on Jan 20, 2012

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      ... twenty two kites flying in the sky around the town. It reminded me of the time when my dad would make kites for us kids (pre-ten yo) with bamboo and black plastic sheeting. It's strange but I don't remember flying them but I do remember helping to make a large box kite.


      Another unique experience in Santiago De Cuba was in the casa itself. Our landlord advised us that the house was being fumigated and it would be best if we went out for an hour. As ...

      BIRTHPLACE OF THE REVOLUTION

      A travel blog entry by sgaudun on Jan 19, 2012

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      Got a bus to Santiago de Cuba and did the historic core in one day. Saw where Fidel attacked a military barracks and failed. Saw a magnificent colonial building built by Mr Bacardi. Walked the plazas and parks and visited an occasional church.
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