Radisson Hotel Trinidad
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Radisson Hotel Trinidad Port of Spain
Travel Blogs from Port of Spain
... a chance to get a Bake and Shark. Nobody else did either.
Back over the mountain to Veni Mange restaurant for our lunch. A very quaint place with numerous paintings on the walls, all of which are for sale. Plus a pile of paintings to look through if interested. And the tables were painted also. I had to get other members to hold their plates off the tables so I could take photos of the tables. It was very good ...
... of the night. 6. Hopefully, find some public transportation the 25 kilometers to the city.... I suppose I could just walk to the city, but I think I'd better not push my luck until I figure how this is going to work out. One problem: a the last minute, a storm comes through and it looks like buses and flights might be cancelled. After making a couple of calls, I figure I'd better go anyways, as I don't know that for sure. Sure enough, the bus is cancelled... ...
... a crazy bath with a shower. Even saved a very scared 10 year old from being pulled out by the tide. No biggie. I have eaten... ROTI which is like a Gyro but with a curry sauce and goat. A Venezuelan Hot Dog is a hot dog with egg, bacon, par-magian cheese, hickory sticks and coleslaw. A DOUBLE is fried bread with a chick pea curry sauce. Morning Messy Delicious BAIT & SHARK is fried shark in a bun with an assortment of sauces, condiments, fruits and ...
Once again, we lucked out. We did not have to get off of the plan in Port of Spain. We simply waited while the crew did some restocking and then boarded the new passengers.
We arrived in Guyana at about 21:30, some 15 minutes early. Unfortunately our luggage did not arrive. We hope to be reunited with our bags tomorrow. That was really quite frustrating, in part because of all of the souvenirs we had ...
... Turtle was over… along came another one! And it was HUGE!! Definitely longer than I am tall and I think it must have been creeping up to the 2m mark! This time I got to witness the tractor effect in full motion and having to move their 500kg body weight up the beach when they only do it a few times a year cannot be easy! But they are seriously strong and the marks in the sand really look like tractor tyre prints on the beach! I won’t go too deep into details but we saw ...