1 edition of Frommers Caribbean 96 found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||September 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 115 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
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Frommer's Day by Day for over 70 travel destinations• This country of 55 million is rapidly emerging from more than 50 years of military dictatorship, blossoming into as worthy a stop as its popular neighbors.
Details: Does not include taxes of 20 percent. There are pristine 12th-century pagodas and beautiful beaux arts buildings, though how long they'll be preserved remains to be seen, which makes now the time to go. But you knew that, right? The 37-square-mile 96-square-km island is a seamless place there are no border gatesbut it is governed by two nations—the Netherlands and France—and has residents from 70-some different countries.
All of the resort's 33 rooms face the Caribbean and have air-conditioning, an outdoor garden shower, and a veranda with rocking chairs and a two-person hammock. Still, these are minor inconveniences compared with the feel of the sand between your toes or the breeze through your hair, gourmet food sating your appetite, and having the ability to crisscross between two nations on one island.
The question is: Which islands have the very best beaches?
And it's safe; you won't constantly need to feel for your purse or hold your jewelry tightly.
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For the most part, Royal Caribbean ships that sail from the United States attract a wide variety of North American passengers, mostly between the ages of 30 and 55 on the seven-night and shorter cruises, and 50 and over on cruises longer than seven nights.