Torarica Hotel & Casino
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
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... plantation but it has been purchased years ago by someone who turned it into a cattle ranch. The sugar plantation workers who were living there at the time were allowed to stay and they do some work on the cattle ranch. It wasn’t very much of a visit and personally, I thought it a waste of time so I was glad when we turned around and went back to the boat. If we had been allowed to go in ...
... would have enough food for 3 days if they took it home with them (which unfortunately we couldn’t do). My hubby and I order a soup and one dish and rice and that’s always too much even for us. By the time all the orders were out, we had about 7 different chicken dishes, some pork dishes, wontons, soups, white rice, brown rice, fried rice, and some seafood dishes as well. Everyone did share their food and ...
... small overhang on the car deck for people to sit and there are not very many benches. By the time we are on the ferry, there are no seats and no room even under the overhang. We stack our suitcases at the end of the covering and see that we can climb up some stairs where there are seats and benches up there. We are very, very lucky that it didn’t rain while we were on the ferry although it thought about it and sprinkled a ...
... the ministry of finance and the law courts. The wife has an interesting history. Aware of an affair he was having with a black slave, the wife arranged for a breast of the slave to be cut off and served it to her husband.
The Sts Peter and Paul basilica was open. It is a wcedar ood interior. I checked about a basilica and confronted Omar that it means a building has been designated by a pope for special religious, historical or ...
... time and got the blog up to date. Downloaded the day's pix to the camera for the first time and not later issues uploading them to the draft blog.
Left the hotel by 1745. Had a nice chat with the taxi driver. He detoured through back roads expecting traffic to be heavy. We chatted about tourism in Barbados, the country's need to expand its economic base, the state of the world economy and the situation in Ukraine [50 B$]. Into Grantley Adams ...