SeaScape Apartments

Norman Manley Blvd, Negril, Jamaica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Negril

Leaving on a jet plane

A travel blog entry by bearethere

Sad to leave the beauty of the Jamaican people, the warm water on my feet, the gorgeous sunsets and the girls on this trip. Also, J our fearless leader. He kept us in check and made it fun. I don't want to go back to a Canadian winter. Not quite yet. ...

So, I had a butler...

A travel blog entry by bearethere

3

Great room. Nice hotel. Not my style as I don't feel comfortable with a butler assigned to me but I made the most of it. The room had a bar and a jacuzzi which I didn't use with the jets but did take advantage of to soak my feet.
I could have asked Michael to unpack my clothes, iron my dress, make me a drink but that is so not my style. ...

Sleeep.

A travel blog entry by bearethere

1

... brought us to 45 minutes prior to boarding and their systems went down.
We made it although we left later due to the weather which while we waited for boarding and on the aircraft had turned to snow. So, after some de-icing we finally took off for Toronto. Weather there was overcast but fine.
We got into Jamaica and it felt like we'd been travelling for days. I slept some on both ...

What does this country have to offer??

A travel blog entry by heartyjaney

1

So as I mentioned in the blog description, I flew to Jamaica with no plans whatsoever. All I knew is that I wanted to meat good people, get to know the country and simply relax.
Lonely Planet in hand I was about to board, when the stewardess told me that my seat was upgraded to business class. Sitting on the plane having my first rum and coke I started looking through my travel guide. Where was I going to again? Oh yeah, ...

Montego Stay (aboard, that is)

A travel blog entry by paulej4

7

... beef well prepared. I had the creamed spinach which was excellent. I was impressed that my 2010 bottle of Caymus cabernet sauvignon was served in a Stolzle wine glass rather than a thick stemmed water glass. The place was almost empty the night I was there and seemed almost empty every time I walked by, perhaps due to the $35 per person charge to dine there. Aboard Conquest, it would appear that if it isn’t free (except for booze) it doesn’t sell.

Specialty coffees ...

Location

This hotel, located on Norman Manley Blvd, Negril, is near Seven Mile Beach, Negril Lighthouse, Half Moon Beach, and Stanley's Deep Sea Fishing.
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