Trade Winds Hotel

Address: Dickenson Bay, St. John's, Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Dickenson Bay, St. John's, is near Dickenson Bay, Runaway Beach, Vendor's Mall, and Gobinet Art at Coates Cottage.
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      'How beautiful it is....

      A travel blog entry by kayyendole on Feb 11, 2014

      15 photos

      ... harbour from the 18th century barracks and gun emplacements.
      Our final stop was at Nelson's Dockyard a fascinating Georgian harbour where one could visit the museum and learn about the life of the dockyard and Admiral Lord Nelson himself. We chose to enjoy a drink instead at the Copper and lumber store hotel which had a beautiful view over the harbour to where the really idle rich live with their impressive ...

      Antigua - The Paradise Island.

      A travel blog entry by jackrosslav on Jan 13, 2014

      ... had one destination in mind; Jolly Roger Beach. Joined by some of the ships company and guided by a taxi driver called, and I quote, "Ambassador Derek" we headed off on an 8 mile journey in search of the paradise we were looking for. After 20 minutes we arrived in one of the most beautiful sights I've ever seen. Pure white sands, light blue and crystal clear waters and blue sky. I would love to say the skies were clear, but they certainly weren't. We ...

      It all started badly, then went downhill

      A travel blog entry by jimnunn on Jan 11, 2014

      4 photos

      ... animals we had seen had tails which dangled down so they were sheep. My sister is now on a mission to find the stubby tailed goats. I told here that when we got to the hotel she should look up into the hills behind the hotel, as there is a flock of mountain goats there. You can tell they are mountain goats, I told her, becuase the legs on one side are shorter than the other to make is easier for the animals to climb steep hills. Strangely she didn't seem ...


      A travel blog entry by tobyg83 on Jan 17, 2013

      9 photos

      ... ship, and hit the road again.

      I left Antigua in the Eastern Caribbean on the 17th of Jan 2013. It never gets easier saying goodbye…. Although I realize I will probably never catch up with more than 90% of the crew on ACE again, that I said goodbye to that day, I really hope that isn’t the case and we can all party together again sometime soon. Maybe they will come celebrate my 30th...

      On the way to the airport I had ...

      Day CS5, Wednesday, December 19, Antigua

      A travel blog entry by rafinmd on Dec 20, 2012

      12 photos

      ... start the 20-minute ride. I was feeling much a stranger but was comforted by having 4 passengers from the Freedom along for the ride.

      English Harbor was used as a refuge from hurricanes since at least the 17th century. It was the primary British naval base in the area for about 150 years before closing in 1889 due to the combined arrival of peace and steamships. It was abandoned for over half ...