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20 rue des Alizes, Fort-de-France, Martinique
Avenue des Arawaks, Fort-de-France, Martinique
3 blvd. de la Marne, Fort-de-France, Martinique
15 rue de la Liberte, Fort-de-France, Martinique
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... walkway back on the side and seeing the guy get escorted of yelling stuff i loved to have understood in french, so i get to fort-de-france well after dark and haven't a clue were the hotel i was booked into was, they was no tourist information at the ...
... i did want to change my ticket to move on to dominica today but after i packed, said my goodbyes and found myself back in fort-de-france the ferry isn't even going that way today.. as i originaly booked for monday i might leave it till then but could just ...
... The obsession with shopping unfortunately rules the day for many "cruisers" aka the complaining man. Not us! We loved Fort-de-France, but our experience of Martinique was not quite over. The captain set sail, hugging the coast until we were level with the ...
... So, what do you think I did! With Michel, we rapidly disembarked from the ship and headed straight towards Fort-de-France located barely a 10 minute walk from the pier. This French-influenced capital city of Martinique described ...
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Fort de France, Fort-de-France, Martinique
Rue de la Liberte and Rue Perrinon, Fort-de-France, Martinique
Built in France in 1889, this library was shipped piece by piece to the island, where it stands today, a beautiful monument to slavery abolitionist Victor Schoelcher.
A trip to Martinique would not be complete without a healthy dose of the island's culture: this dance company performs traditional island dances.
Rue Victor Schoelcher, Fort-de-France, Martinique
A beautiful and unusual iron building, a cornerstone of religious life on the island.