Point Salines Hotel

Point Salines, St. George's, St. George, Grenada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Point Salines, St. George's, is near Underwater Sculptures, Sandy Island, Tyrell Bay, and Carriacou Museum.
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Travel Blogs from St. George's

We loved Grenada!

A travel blog entry by mgmword on Jan 08, 2014

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This is the furthest south Donald and I have ever ventured. We were only 70 miles from the coast of Valenzuela. It was a very nice port with a City Mall with a variety of shops. Very nice downtown area. However, it is a very hilly island. We really got a sense of the island. We joined another family in a taxi to visit a beach with some waves. It was $20 per person round trip to the resort ...

Grenada the spice country

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Dec 11, 2013

12 photos

... quite poor.

We got off the taxi around 2 and shopped in town for a little bit. Found the "Dot’s Plaza" which the ship recommended for spices and were very disappointed. A very small shop with not much stuff. We came back on the ship around 3 and had lunch. After resting a while, Bob went to "work" after the ship started to sail, and I went to take a steam bath.

We had dinner at 7 ...

The Spice Island - Grenada

A travel blog entry by ireneandchris on Feb 25, 2012

1 comment, 20 photos

... waterfall, ate a fantastic local meal, and did a complete circuit of the island.

We have been marking time here waiting for Awaroa to catch us up and they arrived a few days ago. We intend to sail in a buddy boat scenario through the Venezualan Islands to the ABC Islands. It has been a chance for us to catch our breath and tend to "list" that never really seems to go away when you live on a boat.

It is odd that we are in the company of ...

St Georges, Grenada

A travel blog entry by danharriet on Oct 04, 2011

27 photos

... the skies were darkened with rain clouds and the colors in the port subdued because of the clouds, the harbor still had a storied look of a port north of the Caribbean. The coolness of the day added to the feeling of being farther north. But the language and the people reminded you that you were in the Caribbean. But this was the older side of St. Georges called Carenge where the fishing fleet and numerous other businesses were located. Across the hill ...

Eat, Drink and Lime: Solo Travel in Grenada

A travel blog entry by devineescapes on Jun 14, 2011

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... reservations for dinner at Oscar's at 730pm for the three of us. Marlon came by later and made a bracelet for me. We talked about relationships and church. The bracelet was the colors of the Grenada flag. I went back to the deli for more Fatoush and carrot cake. Then back to the beach and the water for the last few minutes of sunshine. Then over to the pool. I forgot my raft at the pool but in the morning it was waiting for me at ...