Monteray Apartment Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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There wasn't much time to explore Bridgetown, but we did manage to see the synagogue, Nidhe Israel, one of the oldest in the Western Hemisphere and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Dating from 1654, the building was destroyed by a hurricane in 1831; today has been fully restored and functions as a place of worship for the 70-80 Jews in remaining in Barbados.
Two kinds of merchandise are for sale in Bridgetown: crafts and duty-free jewelry and cameras ...
... of incredible. The plan for tomorrow is to get up ridiculously early, see the sun rise at the east coast and try and get our bodies back to the English time zone. Should be great fun. As an endnote, i just wanted to say that blogging has been enjoyable at times and laborious at others but I hope it's kept my family/friends at home updated and at least slightly entertained. If you haven't been before, get yourself to the ...
... been in town and this guy is taking us way out into the countryside. Finally we get there. When we see the segways we know this is going to be a fun time. The tires are the large, off-road kind and we are out in the middle of a cow pasture. Segway off-roading is a first for all of us. Four of our group have never done this before and our guide tells us if you can handle this ...
... overlooked the swimming pool and courtyard as well as the Caribbean Sea.
We headed down to the swim-up bar (dry side), and ordered our free drinks. They were rum punch. They were so strong I believe they would burst into flames if they got anywhere near an open flame. As we were drinking the napalm I made a comment to Hillary about her drinking with us. She replied very matter-of-factly with the best line so far on this trip. ...
... day of rest. We strolled to the local "Mall" and opposite was a great restaurant called Tapas which had been recommended to Lisa from the hotel she is staying in. After buying up the pharmacy, we headed over there for some lunch. Great meal, lovely restaurant and set right on the beach – what more could you ask for. Alvan had told us we were only to catch the blue buses – the others looked packed and drive a lot ...