PV-Holidays Village Pierre & Vacances de Sainte Anne
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Travel Blogs from Ste. Anne
... watching out for the additional obstruction of construction vehicles and driving wherever you could to get through. Jackson thought it was fantastic fun, just like being in the middle of a 'Bob the Builder' show.
The downside of tropical beach holidays nowadays is the prevention of mosquito bites. There are more and more diseases that mosquitoes can potentially carry, thus it is a major operation to avoid any bites. Our first three accommodations, ...
... of yachts and over 100 cruise ships that anchor here every year. Fortunately, no cruise ships arrived while we were on the island! Needless to say, after three days of enjoying the views of this most beautiful bay, we were very sad to leave and wished we could have stayed longer. The quote from the main website for les Saintes aptly says it all:
“One day or another, you will come to les Saintes. That day you will be ...
... islands of Les Saintes in the distance.
Imprinted on the bottom of the pool was an Iguana, and from the front verandah there were three real live iguanas to check out!!! Dinner and breakfast were provided for all guests at the open air dining table. We all enjoyed the outstanding food and getting to know our fellow guests. There was a lovely family of four staying from Aix-les-Bains. The girls Heloise and ...
... accommodation in the couple of weeks before leaving Australia. The night after booking our resort in Le Gosier, they sat down to watch the latest episode of the TV show that led us to be here on our holiday, "Death in Paradise". You can imagine their surprise when the opening scene (and entire episode) (the one where the air hostess dies, for any other fans of the show) was set at the resort that they had booked. They ...
... from Seabourn to congratulate them. We were somewhat humbled by that as we will have clocked up 38 days at the end of this trip.
Today we arrived at Castries, St Lucia, a big bustling very typical West Indian city, not helped by the fact that there were 3 other much larger cruise ships in dock spilling out more than 9000 people into the city. That very ugly floating block of flats mentioned in one of our earlier blogs was in port and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed