TripAdvisor Reviews Smuggler's Cove St. James
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... very loudly. Ruth says that they had a little dance while they listened to it.
The unhappy couple emerge with their suitcase dragging slowly behind them and glum looks on their faces. We all troop out to the taxi and it's hugs, kisses and the final photo opportunity.
We keep waving until we can't see the car above the greenery and then it's back inside. Omara is the first to speak - "we'll starve" ...
... then back along the road where there was a little white church, St Aiden's, with an equally small graveyard behind.
It was quite moving to read the dates which all began with'sunrise' and the date of birth, then 'sunset' and the date of death. ...
... with restaurants and shops on one side opposite bars and betting parlors on the other side of the street. We entered at the end of this street which was less than a block from St. Michaels.
St. Michael's Church was built in 1789 and became a cathedral in 1825. Its arched roof was at one time the widest in the world. Many famous Bajans (residents of Barbados) are buried here. The church property occupies a full city block and is contained behind an eight foot white concrete wall ...
... by cliffs (there are lots of these on the East side of the island) and palm trees. I wouldn't say it's the best beach I've ever seen. I guess they really clean up the place when they do those photo shoots. But at least I can say that I saw it.
It was lunchtime and the guidebook suggested a restaurant called Atlantis in the town of Bathsheba. It took some finding but it ...
... floaty," sipped on a decadent coffee ice cream cocktail, visited with some New Yorkers, and got a pretty good sunburn, so it was time to head back to the room. We got all ready (took me a total of a half hour, cuz I never do my hair!) and were ready to go to the shops and a mall, but it was pouring down rain... and it didn't appear to be stopping any time soon. We didn't know how closed in the shops were, so we decided to wait ...
Other places to stay in St. James
PO Box 429, Paynes Bay | 4 star hotelfrom $237
- Not very luxurious...
- Sadly disappointed
- Don't come here if you want good service
Porters, St. James, Porters | 4 star hotelfrom $257
- Nice Hotel
- Our day at the colony club
- Just loved it
Porters, St. James | 4 star hotelfrom $458
- Faultless - 11th September 2004
- The best hotel in Barbados
St. James Beach, St. James | 3 star hotelfrom $228
- Discovery Bay is A-OK
- Great place to stay
- Great Value
Paynes Bay, St. James | Hotelfrom $280
- Friendly nicely presented
- Dinning in a sauna!!!!!!
- Poor mans hotel
Paynes Bay, St. James | 4 star hotelfrom $265
- Eigentlich nicht so toll
- Understated luxury for those in the know
- Shame about the Cruise Ships
Holetown, St. James | 5 star hotelfrom $476
- Great place
- The best holiday we have ever had
Holetown, St. James | 4 star hotelfrom $106
- Beautiful setting...
- Fantastic little hotel / "villa" complex
- Perfect for families and couples looking for relaxation!
Sunset Crest, St. James | 3 star hotelfrom $102
Paynes Bay, St. James | 4 star hotelfrom $290
- Stay at The House . . . Refinance yours!
- Great Concept, Staff, Just Needs a little Polish
- An Upgrade, but needs more attention
Paynes Bay, St. James | 3 star hotelfrom $155
Mount Standfast, St. James | Hotelfrom $350
Abbey, St. James | 4 star hotelfrom $367