Hotel Le Toiny
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Photos of Hotel Le Toiny
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Le Toiny St. Barthélemy
Travel Blogs from St. Barthélemy
... Traveling on around the island we stopped for lunch in Marigot, the capitol on the French side of the island. There was a harborside open market with lots of restaurants. Barb had stewed fish and I had curried goat plate lunches. Large servings of "dirty" rice, plantains, salads, both green and potato, filled us up! The town was packed and colorful with a true french atmosphere and lots of bakeries.
Driving back around to ...
... when not being supervised. Lo's boyfriend worked for a wine store so we obviously stopped there and tasted some wines. We spent the rest of the weekend dancing, relaxing on the beach, and enjoying catching up after such a long time.
I reluctantly returned to the boat to continue preparing for the upcoming guest trip. We planned a week in advance to get crew shopping done and wait until a few ...
... pirate night." Maryann appeared genuinely distraught. Which was a bit of a puzzle, because if she had come dressed as a pirate she had hidden it very well. She had black trousers and a white shirt with badges on, and as far as I could see that was it. I could not honestly say she was dressed any differently than any other night. "Thank God I didn't wear my boots," she blurted. Oh yes, I thought, that would been a fashion faux pas too far.
She turned to me (I'd got ...
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 ...
... exception of San Francisco in the 60’s; and flower power; and all that stuff; where you get invited to someone’s house.... asked to take you shoes off on arrival.... sit in a circle..... watch as they prepare the musical instruments.... in this case an African Djemba drum...... then an African type of xylophone, ( that’s the one all made completely out of wood)..... And Oh yes! The accompaniment of the ethereal music which was ...