Panoramique Hotel

Address: Trois Rivieres, Ste. Anne, 97228, Martinique | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Trois Rivieres, Ste. Anne, is near St. Pierre, Martinique Quad Explorer, Jesuits' Trail, and Pitons du Carbet.
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Travel Blogs from Ste. Anne

Martinique- Botanical Gardens

A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Dec 10, 2014

1 comment, 64 photos

Author: Maya

Following our hike of Pelee we rented a car and gave ourselves a self tour (see in privious entrie). One of our stops was at a botanical garden. Dad showed me the Macro setting on the camera and we got into a big professional picture taking time. We took many professional looking photos that I am ...

A cataclysm, Mt. Pelee

A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Dec 09, 2014

3 comments, 29 photos

... and awaiting death. My senses returned to me in perhaps an hour, when I beheld the roof burning. With sufficient strength left, my legs bleeding and covered with burns, I ran to Fonds-Sait-Denis, six kilometers from St. Pierre." -
Leon Compere-Leandre

St. Pierre, a town of 30,000 people, was gone within minutes of the eruption. It was May 8th, 1902 and the ...

Martinique- Ste. Anne

A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Dec 04, 2014

22 photos

... be a real thorn in Napoleon's side. SO THE BRITISH COMMISSIONED DIAMOND ROCK AS A SHIP!! In the dead of night they climbed this rock, rigged pulley's and outfitted it with rations, cannons, sailors and guts! For 18 months the HMS Diamond Rock (British ships are always "Her Majesty's Ship xxx") lay waste to unsuspecting French ships trying to make it around the south coast. Napoleon and Josephine were incensed!

The Caribbean Dream...

A travel blog entry by sianeth on Oct 07, 2010

32 photos

... the guidebook for once!) we stumbled on a little goldmine of a beach that appeared to be attached to a hotel, but still allowed public access if you could find it. Brilliantly enough, no one else could, and we had ourselves a completely gorgeous private beach for the morning, complete with starfish ...

Pinch me...

A travel blog entry by sianeth on Sep 26, 2010

26 photos

... of crabbies and a mongoose. After the hike we had to hose down and decided to go and see the ruins of an old sugar plantation. They were beautifully situated with gorgeous views out to the Atlantic Ocean, and again, very few visitors around so we practically had them ...

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