Kings Beach Hotel

Address: Road View, Bridgetown, Barbados | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bridgetown

Barbados

A travel blog entry by tompajan2 on Jun 18, 2014

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... a tour.
They picked us up at the port and got us to the boat in like 10 minutes or so.
It was a nice boat and the two man crew were extremely customer friendly!
During the trip they served us sandwiches, rum and ice cold beers.
It was a 4 hour tour and they tried everything to sooth our thirst for caching something, everything from changing bait to running the boat at different ...

Most Eastern Island on the Caribbean- Barbados!

A travel blog entry by lottyh on Apr 22, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... br> Fourth
stop was at the beach at Speightstown for pictorials. Our last and
important stop was a visit to the world's oldest Rum distillery,
Mount Gay Rum. Here we paid US$8.00 per person to go through the
museum which included the rum tasting.




With
all the hype about this Caribbean island, I wasn't blown away.
Entrance fees at tourist spots were not posted; prices of food and
drinks were exorbitant. ...

Farewell to the Royal Clipper

A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 12, 2014

2 photos

... some food and had Bajan Crab cakes and fish cakes - yum
Walked back along beach past the hotel and up to the Barbados race course just in time to catch a horse race. This area is where the old Barracks buildings are and there were lots of old cannons everywhere.
Eventually it was time to check in. We still had to wait a bit as the room was not quite ready, the hotel was very busy due to famous names staying for launch of new radio station ( Pitbull ...

Barbados island drive

A travel blog entry by stupidbunny on Jan 02, 2012

1 photo

... our truck and six in the other. We had an excellent guide, Eric/k.)

Our first area of interest in Barbados was the Sandy Cove section – playground of the rich and famous. We passed Abramovich's massive house – an architectural nightmare of concrete and columns – as well as many upscale condos and hotels. Although beach access is provided a regular intervals – all beaches are public in Barbados – it was difficult to know that we ...

Barbados

A travel blog entry by kylajo on Jan 02, 2012

3 photos

... our truck and six in the other. We had an excellent guide, Eric/k.)

Our first area of interest in Barbados was the Sandy Cove section – playground of the rich and famous. We passed Abramovich's massive house – an architectural nightmare of concrete and columns – as well as many upscale condos and hotels. Although beach access is provided a regular intervals – all beaches are public in Barbados – it was difficult to know that we ...