Twelve Degrees North

P.O. Box 241, St. George's, St. George, Grenada | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on P.O. Box 241, St. George's, is near Underwater Sculptures, Sandy Island, Tyrell Bay, and Carriacou Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from St. George's

    St. George, Grenada

    A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 07, 2014

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    ... stadiums but take our jobs. Much discussion on the Reagan led US invasion and what military units arrived in what order bringing what weapons. But he was very well briefed on all things Grenadan. Did you know they eat iguanas, monkeys, opossums? They are 2nd only to Indonesia for producing nutmeg. in 2005 Hurricane Ivan, followed by Hurricane Emily wiped out 90% of their nutmeg trees, so that there is now only one nutmeg processing plant that doesn't yet run a 5 day week as supplies have ...

    Grenada the spice country

    A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Dec 11, 2013

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    Today we're at Grenada. The shipped docked around 8am at St. George’s, Grenada. We had a late breakfast and walked on shore around quarter past 10. It was hot and humid. We hired a taxi for just the 4 of us. First we drove inland up the mountains to see the waterfall and the Etang lake, then towards the coast and drove back along the coast line. It took about 3.5 hours. We had the driver plus a guide. ...

    The Spice Island - Grenada

    A travel blog entry by ireneandchris on Feb 25, 2012

    1 comment, 20 photos

    The island of Carriacou is part of Grenada and we had fun exploring it by local bus, meeting some colourful local characters. We only stayed three days and we were keen to get down to Grenada and to stop for a while.

    "Balvenie" suggested as we were both leaving Tyrell Bay at the same time that maybe we should "race" the 40 miles to Grenada, with a bottle of rum for line honours................well what could we say!!! If you look REALLY closely at ...

    St Georges, Grenada

    A travel blog entry by danharriet on Oct 04, 2011

    27 photos

    ... of the hill was a large fort, Fort George that at one time protected the Harbor of St. George. As the history of Grenada had a succession of changes in ownership between the French and the English, the fort was most likely a needed and well stocked fort that was able to protect the French or English port of St. George.

    To facilitate the travel between the two parts of St. Georges, a tunnel had been build thru the base of the hill and now offered a ...

    Eat, Drink and Lime: Solo Travel in Grenada

    A travel blog entry by devineescapes on Jun 15, 2011

    ... off. Obviously that wasn't my favorite treatment. I ate at the deli again, and had the spa salad which was also delicious. I went to afternoon tea (every day between 4pm and 530pm they set out tea, coffee, tea sandwiches, cookies and other munchies) and talked to Harry that I had met at dinner 2 nights before. There was a wedding, and when the ...