La Presqu'ile

Address: \N, Gustavia, 97133, St. Barthélemy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on \N, Gustavia, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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        Travel Blogs from Gustavia

        Day #4 Grande-Case — Gustavia,St. Barth

        A travel blog entry by chris.markus on Mar 30, 2015

        10 photos

        ... we pulled into le Fourchue a small desert island just north of St. Barth. We had lunch and Kyle and I snorkeled around the nature preserve in 25' of crystal blue water with Parrot fish, Trigger fish, and all kinds of reef life. Later we entered Gustavia Harbor with our skipper at the helm we backed right up to the wharf and stepped of the boat directly on to land. Nice job ...

        Day 7 - St. Barthélemy (St. Barth)

        A travel blog entry by ddissent on Mar 20, 2015

        13 photos

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        Once we were on dry ground, we hailed a cab and headed to the road above the airport. Not really sure what was up with the cabbie but it seems to me that a NYC cabbie would probably know more about St. Barth than this fella did. We stopped at the top of the hill overlooking the airport and I told him to drop me off there and then take Heather, Chris and Kim to St. Jean beach down past the airport and I would walk down ... "oh no no ...

        Scooter island tour of St. Barth's

        A travel blog entry by brianporter on Jan 10, 2015

        1 comment, 8 photos

        Gustavia, St.

        With a
        distinct French flavor, St. Barths is one of the most sophisticated and
        expensive of the Caribbean islands. It has been described as a playground for
        the rich and famous, and it was clear on our arrival that it is still home to
        the affluent and particularly wealthy owners of yachts and multi-million dollar
        motor launches. One boat in port was aptly named One More Toy.


        Caribbean life with the locals

        A travel blog entry by azcook on Nov 15, 2014

        76 photos

        ... due to what we would call now, free market trading. The most interesting thing about this tiny island nation happened in the latter part of the 18th century. The US has a strong tie to this little unknown island. During the end of the 18th century St. Eustatius was the major supplier of arms and ammunitions to the rebellious British colonies North America. Benjamin Franklin even had his mail routed through Statia to ensure safe arrival during ...

        Playground of the rich and famous

        A travel blog entry by jennyheid on Mar 31, 2014

        5 comments, 3 photos

        Well everything they said about St Barts was true. Exclusive, French, sophisticated, luxurious and magical. Magical because the Euros just disappeared without trying. i picked up a beautiful dress which had heads turning at dinner this evening and which will forever remind me of this fabulous day. We looked long and hard for celebrities but sadly without success.

        We saw yachts of all sizes ...