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The suggestion box! Don't be afraid of it! There is a possibility when visiting new places, museums, events or restaurants that the service may be less than satisfactory. For the benefit of new customers, just slip a note in the suggestion ... Read More


I love history! That is why my next adventure led me to explore the nation’s oldest masonry fortress, The Castillo de San Marcos National Monument in St. Augustine, Florida. It was built in the colonial era of the 1700’s and was used as a military defense to guard and protect Florida ... Read More


Jump up! Jump up! Put on your dancing shoes because we are heading to the 2016 St. Thomas Carnival J'ouvert. J'ouvert is an ... Read More


Some of the most creative works of art in New York City are the 2015 Holiday Window Displays. It is ... Read More


On September 28th, 2009 the U.S. Virgin Islands Territory Quarter was released by the U.S. Mint. This quarter is part of the American Territories Quarter Series which was preceded by the successful State Quarter Series. The official release ceremony took place on October 9th, 2009 ... Read More


Backpacking through Europe is fun. Remember to pack the essentials such as hygienic products, a map and a few articles of clothing and your medicines. Don't over-pack because you will have to carry your load everywhere you go. ***Did you enjoy this ... Read More


Water Island, the smallest of the four main islands in the USVI, is easy to explore on foot or by golf cart. Yes by golf cart! Come on, jump in and take a tour from Phillips Landing, where the ferry from St. Thomas arrives, to ... Read More


Lindberg Bay, also known as Emerald Beach, is beautiful. Palm trees and sea grape trees line the shore and provide natural shade. Typically sparsely populated It is a great beach for laying back and relaxing. The water is usually very calm; perfect for swimming, wading ... Read More


Limestone Bay on Water Island is great for a couple hours of quiet time exploring nature. Right from the shore you can look at seagrass beds for small fish and other marine animals. At the salt pond look out for various wading birds. You can ... Read More


French Heritage Week in the Virgin Islands usually begins the week of July 14th, during which hundreds of St. Thomas residents join together to celebrate French Heritage and Bastille Day.