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Spent our day hiking around the Carenage. So many sites to see and things to look at. Best part it is so safe to just walk around, even the police don't carry guns. They carry a baton with a ball on the end. We we...More
We rented a car and drove around Grenada. Parking is available all around the Carenage. Stop and take lots of pictures, you might even see an eel! It's quite a beautiful place just on the outskirts of the town area.
Very pretty to look at, but didn’t find much to do. Maybe because it was a Sunday? Avoid the Nutmeg restaurant as not good st all, Grenada Museum not that special either, but if have 30 minutes, stop in. Very hot inside though. A visit...More
This area is full of sail boats, fishing boats, restaurants, businesses and beautiful colonial style buildings. Quite the history of the area and the age of some of the stone buildings. Worth a drive through at least.
This was a pleasant part of Georgetown with the old town in the background and the boats and yachts in the harbor and unfortunately the port itself. There were a number of restaurants and bars as well. Definitely worth a walk.
It is about a kilometer or more and shaped like a horseshoe with many sailboats and ferries. There are many bars and restaurants around for a drink and to sit down and while away some time. The Carenage looks pretty at night too as it...More
Nice place for a short walk, and you can go through the tunnel to the markets and other shops. Beware of the scammers in purple polo shirts hanging around on the carenage. They appear to be official tour guides with ‘walking tour guide’ logos on...More
Hello just back from Grenada had a wonderful time all seems very safe all locals speak very good English seems as though its home from home as ive lived in Philippines and wounldnt let the cat or dog outside our garden