Le Sereno Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to an overlook above small Marigot Bay where yachts lay at anchor. Later we came to a small fishing village. There were no yachts here, just simple fishing boats and small houses. I photographed a sun-faded poster advertising the local rum. Start Strong. Stay Strong. Finish Strong. No kidding! The rum is 80% alcohol, or 160 proof! I don’t know how you’ll finish, but I’ll bet you’ll be done. We had a great view ...
... and a lovely day. We had some of the wonderful cake left over from the previous night and then the Thompson's were ready to go to their hotel and rest. We made some dinner and visited before heading to bed ourselves.
Today we had all decided to head to church with Kristin at the Bethel Methodist church. She has been their pianist since shortly after her arrival on the island. In the past, Kristin had said how the minister had ...
... with a flight to Saba in 10 minutes move ahead of us. We watched the attendant call the gate and tell them to wait. She hurried to check him in, losing his paperwork in a pile of paper and rubble on the desk. The passenger then sprinted to the gate and then we saw her call the gate to describe the man she has just checked in because she had not entered his information into her computer and can’t remember his name! Sad but comical at the same ...
... takes you to the pier in the centre). We stroll along the palm shaded streets and pass by all the souvenir and rum shops dotted here and there. Some guests are headed straight for the narrow beach that circles the bay. A lot of the hotels seem to be offering beach break packages where a sun-bed, umbrella and some drinks are all thrown in. We reach the centre of town and head inland to Front Street which is full of some pretty exclusive shops, Tiffany's, Bulgari, Gucci ...
... around that. He drove us the wrong way down a one way street the entire way down until we came back out on the main road way ahead of all the cars who had been backed up. It was very funny and he was laughing to himself and telling me in his very strong Caribbean accent to "put that in yer blog!" We arrived at Maho beach and agreed with Michael that we would just need half an hour to watch some planes and then we would meet back ...