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Top Things to do In Saint Paul 2021

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Nelson's Dockyard

Nelson's Dockyard

4.5/52 Reviews
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"National Park"
_We***24
"The 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."
Botanical Gardens

Botanical GardensNearby City

5/53 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 11 reviews
"Garden"
Open from 10:00am-4:00pm (Local time)
Todemmy
"The 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"
V C Bird Monument

V C Bird MonumentNearby City

5/51 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 133 reviews
"Monument"
Sarah Hs
"This 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."
Dickenson Bay

Dickenson BayNearby City

"Lake"
Akparo

Akparo

Pigeon Beach

Pigeon Beach

ta-iconbased on 388 reviews
"Beach"
何必演绎
"Little Pigeon Beach It is often said that there are 365 beaches in Antigua and Barbuda. You can go to a different beach every day and see different scenery. I have been to so many beaches, but I was deeply attracted by Pigeon Beach. It has nothing to do with its name, and it is not much like a pigeon. Just looking down from the blue sky, the white masts and boats are like rows of pigeons docked on the coast. I went with my best friend and wanted to find a niche place to relax. Pigeon Beach in Antigua and Barbuda is one such place. This beach is not very big, so there are not many people, but this does not affect my love for it. Looking at the blue sky and light blue water, the islands in the distance are faintly visible. The golden yellow sand, because people rarely feel that they have contracted this piece of beach, take off their shoes and sprinkle joy on this beach, and walk on this fine sand with your girlfriends. There is sea water at your feet. Hahahaha, and at night there will be Barbie q and good friends who don’t know each other and have a party together. This is the atmosphere that summer should have. And the food at Catherines Cafe is superb. Route: There is a direct ferry"
Newcastle Beach

Newcastle BeachNearby City

5/52 Reviews
"Beach"
@travellerswill
"Newcastle City Beach is located near Newcastle East light rail station, it's the most popular beach known for tourists along with Nobbys Beach. I lived in Newcastle for 5 years and all I can say is Newcastle and it's beaches are the best on the east coast of Australia."
Half Moon Bay

Half Moon BayNearby City

"Beach"
Musee de la prehistoire amerindienne Edgar-Clerc

Musee de la prehistoire amerindienne Edgar-ClercNearby City

4.5/52 Reviews
"Museum"
Open on Mon-Fri,9:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
coo***an
"Most of it is the collection of Mr Clerc, who got the ball rolling on pre-European history. Many of the exhibits are not well explained and repetitive, but much is in English and this is the only game in town if you want to learn something of the original inhabitants. In all, it’s very OK. A visit is an hour, max...more like 30 minutes unless you’re really into the topic. Good toilet. Not worth a special trip but if you’re touring the north part of Grande-Terre, you should visit."
Museum of Antigua and Barbuda

Museum of Antigua and BarbudaNearby City

ta-iconbased on 274 reviews
"Museum"
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