Antigua and Barbuda

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Hunter Publishing, Inc, 1999 - Travel - 160 pages
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Landmark Visitors Guides are acknowledged as among the most reliable travel books for sightseers. Information is detailed, concise and current -- just what you need as you travel around an unfamiliar destination. The informative text is peppered with colorful callouts that highlight places of particular interest -- perhaps a well-known birding spot or a delightful pub down a side road. Liberal use of excellent, full-color maps makes navigation easy, and colorful photos grace almost every page. Landmark Visitors Guides are great reference tools as you plan your trip, and a favorite travel companion while on the road.

Area tours highlight in-town sights and attractions, including art galleries, museums, historic buildings and churches. They also lead you out into the countryside, with recommended stops en route. The comprehensive "Fact File" in back provides opening times, fees and contact information for all places mentioned in the text. Index.

 

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Contents

When to Go
5
History
8
Climate
12
The People
13
Culture and Festivals
14
The Government and Judiciary
15
Fruits
20
Breakfast
28
Fig Tree Drive
45
Falmouth Harbour
46
Nelsons Dockyard
47
Dows Hill
50
Shirley Heights
51
Blockhouse Hill
52
Tour 2 The North
54
St Peters Anglican Church
55

Drinks
30
WELCOME TO ANTIGUA BARBUDA
32
Getting around Antigua
33
Map of Antigua
34
ST JOHNS
36
Map of St Johns
37
Shopping
39
ISLAND TOURS
42
Fort Barrington
43
Island Forts
44
Bettys Hope
56
BARBUDA
58
Getting around Barbuda
59
The magnificent frigate bird
61
Places to visit
62
REDONDA
63
EATING OUT
64
FACTFILE
68
INDEX
94
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