Kings Beach Hotel

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

Time for some R & R

A travel blog entry by footloose_llr


... to find out why they hadn't picked us up. Turns out someone was there at 9am and had picked up the other 10 people on the tour but somehow, even though we were sitting there watching the whole time we had missed seeing them and they us, although if their sign had turned our way even once I know we would have seen it .. I felt so bad but Rebecca (one of the R's) told the taxi driver to take us to the marina, a 30 minute drive away, and when we arrived she paid him ...

The adventure begins

A travel blog entry by aguerin02


... just outside of my bedroom. Robbie loves the pool! We relaxed for a bit then headed out to find dinner.
We went to a nice restaurant about 5 minutes away called the Lone Star. The food was good, not exceptional but the setting was amazing. Right on the water but covered to keep us from getting wet. We had quite a light show with lightening out at sea.
We headed back home, I took a a swim with the two Robs and fell into bed exhausted! ...

Lifestyles of the rich and famous

A travel blog entry by marqual


After a full day of cruising, with lots of trivia (I won a T-shirt in world geography trivia), a nice sunset, and an Academy Awards party, we arrived in Barbados.

We hadn't booked a tour here so we decided to see what was available at the port. There they paired us with another couple for a taxi tour.


A day in Bridgetown

A travel blog entry by danharriet


... Ronnie was a nature and landscape photographer whose works hang in various galleries thru out Barbados and the world.

But today we want to see the city of Bridgetown a beautiful example of a small British seaport. The influence of the United Kingdom is heavy in this island nation which is an independent member of the British Empire. The most drastic difference with England is the language. English is the official language of Barbados and is the most common language spoken. But ...

Pink Sand and Shark Bites

A travel blog entry by loveandtravel


... do it again. It was amazing. We also rode jet skis and swam in the ocean. I became so amazed by the pink sand, that I remember sitting in the sand with my legs crossed (like a kid) just playing with the powdery, pink sand. I was totally in awe.

Once our beach day was done in Barbados, we took a cab back to the port and boarded the ship. Barbados is great for a beach day.


This hotel, located on Road View, Bridgetown, is near Barbados Museum & Historical Society, Barbados Garrison, Baxter's Road, and National Heroes Square.
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