The Summit Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Cupecoy Bay
... home in the dark, with the moon casting swaths of light on the ocean's surface. It was a gorgeous ride and, once again, The Ladies, rode up top, almost by themselves. Once we were docked back in Philipsburg, we walked around the harbor to eat at Antoine's french restaurant on the beach. We enjoyed a seafood dinner and then a nice stroll back to our car. Unfortunately, Susan had an allergic reaction to the dinner and by the time we arrived back at our villa, ...
... FedEx'd down to Grenada today if possible so that the working visa can begin being processed. I don't have any passport photos, and have no idea where to get them on the island... Think I have found an apartment http://www.terracaribbean.com/Grenada/R esidential-Rental/Apartment/Hills%20Hav e%20Eyes%20-%20St%20George, although I am not sure how I feel about living in a place called Hills Have ...
... takes you to the pier in the centre). We stroll along the palm shaded streets and pass by all the souvenir and rum shops dotted here and there. Some guests are headed straight for the narrow beach that circles the bay. A lot of the hotels seem to be offering beach break packages where a sun-bed, umbrella and some drinks are all thrown in. We reach the centre of town and head inland to Front Street which is full of some pretty exclusive shops, Tiffany's, Bulgari, Gucci ...
... of solar panels on the roof; it only method of power for propulsion. I can’t tell you much more about it, because the following morning, she left our waters heading for the Americas. Hope you like the pictures.
Oh. And to finish with, I needed to buy a cable for our TV. It came in this packet, and I hope you can spot the deliberate spelling mistake. If you’re struggling, look for the word between 24K ... and plated.
The compare arrived. A jolly rotund chap whose sole job was to egg them on to greater feats; keep order; explain the games and award points. Seems simple enough don’t you think? So grabbing the microphone called for order from the four teams which he finally got. And then ordered a round of beers to be drunk before the games were to start. Naturally the volume was turned up so everyone could hear him speak, and the first round was a relay race ...