Maria's by the Sea

Address: Road Harbour, Road Town, Tortola, Virgin Islands British | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Road Harbour, Road Town, is near White Bay, Callwood Distillery, Frenchman's Cay, and Serenity Spa.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      Two million entries and only one winner.

      A travel blog entry by theskinners on Mar 21, 2014

      2 comments, 79 photos

      ... the Virgin Gorda and provide us with a rental car for the day. The number one tourist attraction in the BVI is the Baths. Encompassing the beaches and rocky shoreline at the southwestern tip of Virgin Gorda, The Baths is a collection of massive granite boulders as large as 40 feet in diameter, with white sand beaches and secret rock pools. I found a map online for the Baths. After our maze through ...

      Day 24

      A travel blog entry by destined2travel on Dec 16, 2013

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... in St. Thomas, but that depends on if we can secure a place to stay. Chuck is coming to Tortola today to do some business so we are able to ride over with him which will be a much nicer ride than going by ferry. We have to meet him between 11:00 and 12:00. When we arrive we find out that we have company, a man named Mark (an acquaintance of Chuck's) who is flying home today. As we head out there is a huge black rain cloud that ...

      Arrr! - St. Thomas Island

      A travel blog entry by jimnunn on Sep 11, 2013


      ... Anyway, the Disney Fantasy is a huge ship and very long. It has thirteen decks (unlucky for some) with literally miles of corridors. It is easy to get confused about where you are, but I've just about got the layout sorted.

      Disney is usually very good at handling crowds. In the theme parks and resorts they have got everything well organised to make sure everyone is in the right place at the right time, and where there has to be queues there's always something ...

      Hello love, you on holiday?

      A travel blog entry by steveandclair on Jun 25, 2013

      9 photos

      ... Town Tortola, back at the same marina, in almost the same dock slip. I knew just the way to the local market for some provision and we laughed that it strangely felt like 'returning home' because for the first time in months we returned somewhere we have already been. Short lived though as we had to clear out with Customs the next day and dawn launch to our next location, our next country and our next adventure. Goodbye for now B.V.I., on to see the Dutch over in St. Maarten. ...

      Day 4--St Thomas US Virgin Islands

      A travel blog entry by rozbp on Mar 26, 2013

      51 photos

      ... up the mountains was an adventure; narrow, steep winding roads with not too many guardrails. I bet the transmission and brake business must thrive here. And I think every driver blows their horn every couple of seconds regardless if it’s needed or not. We made four stops (Beacon Point, Skyline Drive, Top of the Mountain Scenic Lookout and Drake Seat) to take in various views of St Thomas, the Caribbean Sea and neighboring islands (St ...