Hilton Mauritius Resort & Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Next we were on to the
Port Louis, the Capital and main administrative port. We were driven up
the mountain at the head of the harbour for a tour of the bluestone
Fort. It towers above the town and the old cannons are still pointing
toward the banking sector (a throwback to the pirating days?). The fort
has become a tourist attraction; now with a tourist shop where Guns,
ammunitions and spare solders were stored.
With a flight at 17:00 it meant a non-offensive get up time to get everything sorted. Taxi arrived at 13.15 for the short journey to heathrow. From getting out the taxi to the bag scanners I managed to lose my new watch so wasn't a great start. After a bit of shopping and a meal in Dining Street Cafe we were called to the departure lounge. It was nice to know we had seats and didn't have to ...
... of the time factor. It is difficult for visitors to assess the time needed to travel from point to another, since the mileage seems minimal to the average Westerner. Yet, as our American couple is starting to realize it, traffic is a problem on some of these islands, and it may take you one hour or two to go from point A to point B when it would only take you one half hour in the States! It’s why it’s important to choose a hotel ...
... real Heroes God is training to be added to the partial list of Hebrews 11 to be part of the Ruling Team of the World Tomorrow. Toward the end of my message, we were thrilled to see our couple of transfers from the US show up. They had been lost but finally found their way. God had answered our prayers for their safe journey. They were as glad to see us as us them.
Everyone came back this morning, except two young ladies who just accompanied their mother last night. But we ...
... some really colorful tropical fish and a starfish but mostly dead coral and lots of rocks. After a while, it wasn’t anything that exciting, so I walked along the beach to collect seashells. I saw a few that Grandie would have loved. I found a Cone shell, and remembered what Grandie taught me when I was little, that you have to be careful, as the animals that live in Cone shells are poisonous. So, I checked inside but no one was home! ...