Le Sereno Hotel

Grand Cul de Sac BP 19, Grand Cul-de-Sac, 97133, St. Barthélemy | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Grand Cul de Sac BP 19, Grand Cul-de-Sac, is near Curacao Sea Aquarium, St. Jean Beach, Boca Tabla, and Grand Cul de Sac Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Grand Cul-de-Sac

    Tec Diving

    A travel blog entry by phoenixreilly on Aug 22, 2014

    11 photos

    ... 42m on Thursday. 21/08/14 - today I did the last of my qualifying open water divers for my IANTD Advanced Recreational Nitrox course. On Monday we did 2 dives, one at the wreck Fusheng, the other on the wreck Porpoise. We did some out of air drills, shut down drills, stage drills and then had a good view of the two reef sharks munching on the lion fish we had killed. Lion fish are an invasive species here, and whilst I don't like the idea ...


    A travel blog entry by fiandross29 on Jun 23, 2013

    4 comments, 127 photos

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    A day with Mauricio Handler...

    My stay luckily overlapped with a visit from National Geographic photographer Mauricio and his beast of a camera called Red. Mauricio spent 10 days on Statia - 5 water, 5 land and I was delighted to tag along for a dive with him plus a day photographing the tropic birds. You might have seen this iconic picture before...this is Mauricio! The image was taken by ...

    Life on the Island

    A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana on Jan 26, 2013

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... and two naked light bulbs hanging from the ceiling. This really didn’t give enough light for what was going to go on. A few chairs and a sofa big enough for four people to squash together. The rest sat on what used to be white mats on the ********crete floor. Joss sticks were smouldering giving that intense Indian aroma. And finally the people.... seeming to be from all walks of life. Rasta’s with their long hair..... Alternative lifestyle ...

    St. Martin/Maarten Walk Planning Woes

    A travel blog entry by friesendm on Nov 07, 2012

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... and up a couple of heart-attack hills to Fort Amsterdam. Walking these hills isn’t so bad, but trying to keep a bike moving fast enough to avoid walking it taxed us.

    The fort was delightful – a collection of simple ruins going back to 1631, a few stone walls ...

    Ready about

    A travel blog entry by jojotravels on Mar 04, 2012

    3 comments, 22 photos

    ... much in the cockpit (even Matt who had popped down for a ciggie) so no one was hurt – some of us were ordered down below while others made the boat safe and made sure nothing else was coming down. Our Genoa sail went under the boat and we had to try and get it back – the rescue boat arrived in good time and helped us to haul it back on deck. When we arrived into the marina at Marigot, we quickly became the star attraction with everyone crowding round to see the ...