Antigua and Barbuda
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Things To Do in Antigua and Barbuda

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Garden
TodemmyThe Botanical Garden is a wonderful garden in the northwest of the city, easily reached by tram. As soon as you enter, you will see the beauty of the Italian style garden and finally the Botanical Garden Palace. The layout of the remaining botanical gardens is quite irregular, with many paved sidewalks. Although not as irregular as the English garden, the internal theme garden does not have a fixed shape. It is a pity that the tropical garden is undergoing renovation. If you have time and walk in a pleasant environment, then it is still worth a visit
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National Park
_We***24The English Channel, also known as the Strait of La Manche, is a strait that separates Britain from France, which connects the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea. The strait is 560 kilometers (350 miles) long, and the narrowest point is also called the Strait of Dover, which is only 34 kilometers (21 miles) wide. Dover in England and Calais in France are across the strait.
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Monument
Sarah HsThis monument was built in the center of the city. The tour guide said that it was the first prime minister of Antigua's independence and made great efforts for the establishment of this country. It is next to the market and downtown area, but the streets here are small and there are many vehicles, so they cannot stay for long.
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Beach
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Beach
武小娴闲闲The coexistence of softness and toughness is an excellent place to play stimulating water sports. This time I am going to my favorite beach with my girlfriend, Jabwick Beach. My girlfriend and I have been to many beaches, whether it’s white beach, black beach or rare pink beach, but my favorite is It is this Jabwick Beach that cannot be forgotten. The water at Jaberwick Beach is particularly green and clear, like a jadeite with a particularly good head inlaid on this ground, and like a treasure mirror that can illuminate the whole world particularly beautifully. Of course, my favorite is the sand on this beach. Some beaches are too rough and some are too fine. It's not as good as the blend here, even though it's soft, it's tough. Walking barefoot on the beach here, there is a kind of masseur to give you a very good foot massage. The waves at Jaberwick Beach are also very temperamental, especially suitable for surfing, snorkeling and other exciting water sports. I am timid, and I have never played surfing, so I had to watch my girlfriends playing on the sea enviously. Snorkeling here is very interesting. The marine life here is especially not afraid of people. Every time I go snorkeling, they will get close to me. Practical TIPS: 1. Jaberwick Beach is open all day. 2. No tickets are required for Jabwick Beach. Scenic address: Hodges Bay, St. John's, Antigua