Sol Hotel

Address: Rue de L Escale, Oyster Pond, St. Maarten/St. Martin, 97150, Caribbean | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Rue de L Escale, Oyster Pond, is near Random Wind, Lambada & Tango, Hollywood Casino, and Kim Sha Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Oyster Pond

    St George, Granada

    A travel blog entry by cbrimer on Mar 18, 2015

    9 photos

    Another day, another beautiful Caribbean island. This morning Ron informed me that, despite having booked us on the tour of the nutmeg factory, he doesn't actually like nutmeg! Who knew? Luckily for him, there were lots of other sites on the tour. Of course you couldn't get to them without driving up single lane (but two-way) cliffs, then careening down the other side through hairpin switch-backs. At every island, I have concluded that roads couldn't get ...

    Making Memories!!

    A travel blog entry by 3cupsoftea on Feb 10, 2015

    4 comments, 22 photos

    ... in the ocean, with the mega yachts in the background, but they forgot about me on the beach. Maybe they think owls can't swim??? I have an observation....Susan is the thinnest of all The Ladies, but she is ALWAYS hungry! How does that chick eat that much and stay so friggin' slim??? Maybe she has a tapeworm? Or....maybe she just has a metabolism that could light up New York City! Just when Alston, Mary and I are settling in for some serious relaxation...Susan tells us we ...

    Tec Diving

    A travel blog entry by phoenixreilly on Aug 22, 2014

    11 photos

    I decided to process my diving into technical diving. This means I can go deeper and go longer. 12/08/14 - So yesterday Mark and I ran through the dry skills that I need to be 100% comfortable with so when we redo them today in the bay and again next week in open water (down to 42m) I can do them with my eyes closed. We worked on shut down skills (how to close the various valves if needed) and general configuration of my new gear to get it ...

    Sailing a Cool Cat to Tintamare

    A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana on Apr 07, 2014

    4 photos

    It must have been a week after our arrival back from Saba that other friends Paul and Kathryn who had actually been with us at Saba called to say "because it was so bad at both St. Barts and Saba, the weather is near perfect right now, so why not come for a days sailing." Without any delay and consultation with my better half, I accepted immediately. Oh joy!
    Sailing again. Their boat is also a catamaran, a big sixty footer I think and one of only three in the world. ...

    Sun, sand, sea and numpties.

    A travel blog entry by monkeypants on Dec 17, 2013

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... is a whole different ball game to landing. The perimeter fence for the airport is just over the road from the beach. (6 meters away or so). There are big signs everywhere warning of death or grievous bodily harm caused by airplane jets. Because the planes back right up to the perimeter fence to give them enough runway to take off, some very clever people think that running across the road from the beach and clinging on to the fence ...