Le Sportel Inn

Address: Centre Of Excellence, Macoya Road, Port of Spain, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Centre Of Excellence, Macoya Road, Port of Spain, is near Maracas Bay, Queen's Park Savannah, Independence Square, and Brian Lara Promenade.
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    Travel Blogs from Port of Spain

    Trinidad Part 1

    A travel blog entry by tomellams on Sep 04, 2014

    ... to take Renelle, Jabz's gf, home. The rest of the day, I lay on the sofa sleeping and watching football, I was back in bed again by 10.30 and slept for nearly 12 hours. Monday was a national holiday as independence day fell on a Sunday, so I went to Maracas bay beach (which is Trinidad's most popular) with Jabz, Renelle and one of her friends. It wasn't overly sunny but was hot enough and the water was the perfect temperature. While there, we had a typical ...

    The heat sink of the city and the cool of the pool

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Jan 12, 2014

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    ... some more people were out and about along the Savannah road. Clouds covered the sun periodically, which helped cool us off a bit. We hoped that a Thai restaurant might be open, but it showed no sign of life. So we continued back along the city streets, past all of the closed shops and gauntlet of Jehovah Witnesses (who were very unenthusiastic about talking to us) to the hotel. I was very hot when we arrived, so we changed quickly and went to the ...

    7. Trinidad - the land of the 'titi'

    A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Sep 18, 2013

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    ... stopped in Trinidad for a couple of months because it is hurricane season. However, they had overstayed their visa by accident and so had to make the 3.5 hour journey from Trinidad to Venezuela and back in one day to get new passport stamps. Then there was Felix, a really friendly Venezuelan who was married to a Trinidadian. He was shocked that we could pronounce his name (Feh-lix) as "Most white people call me Feeeeelix"! ...

    My Arrival

    A travel blog entry by nykee10 on Feb 02, 2013

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    Today I arrived in Trinidad, and boy is it such a great feeling. I took the red eye flight which allowed me to get some sleep and relax after running around madly in preparation. When I got off the plane, my uncle and driver (Bonnie and yes its a male with this name) were patiently there waiting and ready to greet me. As Trinies do, we laughed and joked on the ride to the house (a family owned home) while I took in all the sights, of the beautiful trees. ...

    A walkabout in Port of Spain

    A travel blog entry by danharriet on Feb 01, 2013

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    ... it stayed under Spanish rule until the British took over the island in 1797 by force of the British Navy. The British ruled the island until it gained its independence in 1962. The British influence is still felt on the island as its national language is English and the automobiles drive on the left side of the road. After gaining independence Trinidad joined with Tobago to form the two island nation of Trinidad and Tobago. The island nation's nearest neighbor ...

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