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  1. Finie la Signalétique pour les Petits Commerces

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    an initiative from the com will be executed this season. replacing the old directional signs with new plaques.

    les quartiers will still have their indications. along with sites of...
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    Re: Le Barthelemy or Manapany

    not sure I would call GCdS "murky". it is a lagoon, with its reef barrier, and is very shallow, but I think the waters are generally clear, n'est-ce pas ?
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    Re: Thanksgiving dinner

    To someone who once said, it’s a brave man who would eat an oyster from the Chesapeake Bay, I would point to the cold, pristine waters of the Damariscotta in Maine. :nerd:
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    Re: Thanksgiving dinner

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    getting all from operations on the Damariscotta River. Source on clams just says « Maine grown and raft purged ». Not specifically where grown. I would guess not too far away? From very...
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    Re: Thanksgiving dinner

    My Thanksgiving déjeuner is going to be a plateau of Glidden Points and Maine Cherrystones on the half shell and cold Maine lobster with housemade lemony mayonnaise. Bollinger of course.
    Keep your...
  6. Re: Used @ restos, stores, shops and the gas station, after hours - no fees 1% back d

    only 1%. hmm. rather below the market nest-ce pas ? :cool:
  7. Re: Best Place on Island to Purchase Liquor for the Villa?

    eddie at le grain de sel also uses a guadeloupean (naturally) rhum agricole for his delicious 'ti punches. maybe père labat ? i forget.

    your hc3 perfect for daiquiris and such :blush-smile:
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    Re: un tour de l'île au lever du soleil

    Ha ! There are a number of wicked passages around the island. Was thrilled to read that the improvements accompanying the cable trenching in Lorient now will march up Camaruche hill and beyond...
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    Re: un tour de l'île au lever du soleil

    #4 col de la tourmente

    #5 du joli travail, Monsieur K :up:
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    Re: un tour de l'île au lever du soleil

    #1 when I grow up I’m going to live in Biddleville

    #2 whoever said running-walking up/down Camaruche is no big deal is an idiot

    #3 j’adore le nouveau Toiny

    à suivre
  11. Re: Best Place on Island to Purchase Liquor for the Villa?

    Why not go local and drink rhum agricole and not rhum industriel ?
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    Re: 3rd Night Gourmet Festival L' Esprit

    That doesn’t surprise me.
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    Re: Sunset cocktails

    Quelle est l’expression ?
    Des photos, ou rien ne s’est produit ?
    Merci à toi, iPops :cool:
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    Re: Sunset cocktails

    What ? Pas de photos?!
    I assume les gardes de corps kept the paparazzi at bay from this august gathering of SBH VIP’s :nerd:
  15. Re: Le Toiny Restaurant Change - Jarad at Le Toiny

    Ellen, je suppose que "peyi" veut dire "pays" en créole ?

    So, is Eddie "creole chef of the year", or how would you translate this récompense ?
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    Re: Currency exchange qquestion

    exact reason to bring euros home from previous trips and always keep ahead of your euros-in-cash needs while abroad. as I'm sure you do on both counts :blush-smile:
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    Re: Currency exchange qquestion

    strange they would do that for non-guests. bound to cost them a few percent to convert cash to euros. unless they needed dollars in cash. seems unlikely.
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    Re: Currency exchange qquestion

    Yep, days of pre-loading foreign currency stateside long gone. Debit card in ATM is a boon. Bring few hundred euros home with you when returning this time to avoid any initial cash angst next trip. ...
  19. Re: The New York Times: "Eden Rock, a St. Barts Favorite, Reopens Its Doors"

    Not according to Dominque Desseigne. But he’s only the PDG :cool:

    Dominique Desseigne, PDG du groupe Barrière, a convoqué la presse au restaurant Le Fouquet’s de Paris pour présenter le tout...
  20. Re: The New York Times: "Eden Rock, a St. Barts Favorite, Reopens Its Doors"

    granted, the Matthews, along with a certain Russian oligarch, were generous donors to the restoration project. majority of the funding still came from the COM. and I'm not blaming the writer's...
  21. Re: The New York Times: "Eden Rock, a St. Barts Favorite, Reopens Its Doors"

    "a half-mile boardwalk winds around the lagoon [l'étang de Saint-Jean] and is open to people who aren't staying at the hotel"

    very generous of Eden Rock to allow the general public to enjoy the...
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    Re: Maya's restaurant to open next week

    :laughing-cry:
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    Re: IT’S MISSY’S BIRTHDAY🎂

    #joyeux #anniversaire #missy #gramchop #:cool:
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    Re: I Like That !

    à propos to the first quote, the sidewalks and lighting from Villa Créole to the pass on the way to Saline, when we stayed in Les Terrasses de Saint-Jean a while back, if those had been in, we could...
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    Re: I Like That !

    From this morning's Le Journal:

    "La nécessaire remise à neuf de la route reliant le rond point de la Villa Créole à Saline a bien avancé. Là aussi, la réouverture est prévue avant Thanksgiving, su...
  26. Thread: Island Hike

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    Re: Island Hike

    if you have an appropriate Garmin device you could purchase this topo map product for Saint-Barth (and all the DOM-TOM's):

    https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/p/612597#coverage
  27. Thread: Openings

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    Re: Openings

    Apparently #sexyfoodforsexypeople is a known hashtag. Just Google it.
    Do people not realize how completely annoying all this hashtag crap is?
  28. Thread: Island Hike

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    Re: Island Hike

    https://www.geoportail.gouv.fr/carte

    this is the online IGN (l'Institut National de l'Information Géographique) topographical map of Saint-Barth.
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    Re: All Saints Day- 11/1

    I’ve never been present for this, but I think the candlelight cimetières services on Toussaint following evening mass at Lorient are very special and touching.
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    Re: All Saints Day- 11/1

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  31. Thread: Island Hike

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    Re: Island Hike

    we've walked/hiked 90% of the island - roads, tracks, and paths. we've never hired hélène bernier to guide us on the paths found on private property, but that would be fun. not sure if she still...
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    Re: Restaurant update

    Who needs Ed Murrow ? :nerd:
  33. Re: "Another Op'nin', Another Show" (thank you Cole Porter!)

    tellement délicieux, tes récits
  34. Re: Le Toiny Restaurant Change - Jarad at Le Toiny

    So, chef been at Le Toiny for couple of years, but owners decided now to name restaurant after him.
    Hmmm
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    Re: Gault et Millau for Saint-Barth

    https://www.gaultmillau.com/restaurants/saint-barthelemy

    I'm sure this will raise a few eyebrows (including my own).

    from jeudi's Le Journal: Et la veille, en ouverture du festival [gourmet],...
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