Legend Garden Condos

Address: Mullins Bay, Barbados | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Mullins Bay, Barbados, is near Pigeon Point, St. Lucia Fine Art, Government House, and Cape Moule a Chique.
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      Travel Blogs from Barbados

      Barbados visa run

      A travel blog entry by rene77 on Aug 26, 2014

      171 photos

      ... 8230;

      On Sa**************ed back into Bridgetown to go and hang out at the Boatyard; a beautiful cordoned-off beach with lounge chairs, umbrellas, a water trampoline, iceberg floaty, rope swing off the jetty, cocktails and food amongst other things. We arrived around 9 and didn’t leave till 6!

      We booked a 4x4 tour on Sunday which would take us around most of the island including some more inaccessible areas. Of the eleven of us on the tour 8 were ...

      Tradewinds, Turquoise Water, and Sun

      A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Jan 16, 2014

      7 comments, 14 photos

      ... She tells us that we’re being moved to a cabin on Deck 7—works for us. She gives us new keys and we head to our old cabin to wait for housekeeping to move us. We throw all the shelf stuff, bathroom gear, shoes, and drawer stuff in suitcases. Housekeeping moves all the hanging clothes then returns for the suitcases. In about 30-minutes we’re moved in and comfortable. Quick showers and it’s off to dinner. Thank God, it’s ...

      Ruel's Island

      A travel blog entry by captain-slog on Mar 16, 2013

      11 photos

      ... thought that they looked pretty stunning in the brochures but sooo expensive. Close up, I wouldn't bother. There is a pathetic little swimming pool and an inflatable hot tub on deck. No balcony cabins and just a bit tatty round the edges. So, I've just ...

      Spa day!

      A travel blog entry by patandglenn on Feb 22, 2013

      3 photos

      ... insisted we try breadfruit- so we did. Like a potato, but not as starchy. I liked it. We have booked an island tour for monday so must plan out what we want to see.we have plans to go to the market tomorrow andmaybe Pelican Village . I am getting eaten alive by mosquitoes! No one else has even 1 bite, doesn't seem fair.yesterday was Election Day, the ruling party was re elected but it was 16-14 , so it will be interesting for them trying to pass anything- no one can go on ...


      A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Dec 10, 2011

      70 photos

      ... key source of income was sugar, and although tourism is the major economic driver now the island still grows cane and distils a variety of rums, including Mount Gay. Some of the older plantations like St Nicholas Abbey and Sunbury are popular tourist attractions. Barbados gained independence from Britain in 1966. Today the island’s 300,000 inhabitants reflect a mix of African, European and Asian ancestry.

      I took a walk to the little convenience store which ...