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    Re: L’Isoletta

    Sunday nights are typically dine in but if not, L'Isoletta is a good option, especially for take-out.
    Good to have you "on-island" Andy.
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    Re: The Super Moon tonight-

    In 1996, we stayed at the old Sea Horse Hotel (now condos) overlooking Marigot Bay, which is prettier now with the marine park (no boats) designation.
    I thought Comet Hale Bopp might be visible and...
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    January Album & Trip Notes

    We recently returned from an eleven day work/vacation between two of our villa guests. It was a quiet time after the holidays and before the busier part of high season. The beaches were pristine with...
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    Re: Le Toiny water outage

    Interesting: we were at Le Toiny down at the beach club last week and there was plenty of water in both the upper and lower pools.
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    Times Fax
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    Agree with Amy,
    FACT: 20+ years of coming to this island....my good friend Dennis Carlton is the finest host (and nicest guy) ever to hold a gathering on St Barth
    Was this about 2006, Normandie...
  7. Re: Wind/Wave Warnings Thru Tuesday 1/14/2020

    Yikes, sorry to hear this.
    There is no trauma care offered on St Barth at the tiny hospital.

    We've had our villa Guests who have been injured by waves...and ended up as patients there.
    One, had...
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    Re: What makes you smile?

    A nice thread, Hopper.
    I never tire of reviewing our trip photos (20+ years of sweet memories...from villa Guests, too), this one last morning from our most recent visit.
    Selfie in progress of...
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    Re: Shared Cat Charter this week?

    Sheryl
    great to hear from you.
    We have a boat set for Friday.
    It's Arnaud from TopLoc's beautiful Cat for 1/2 the day.
    Your share would be 300E which would include lunch and drinks...
    Let us...
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    Shared Cat Charter this week?

    Since our friends at Jicky Marine are not doing it anymore, we'd love to go in on a 1/2 day charter elsewhere this Thurs or Friday.
    Caroline & Jeff
  11. is Santa Fe currently open for lunch?

    Guests wondering.
  12. Thread: AirBnB

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    Re: AirBnB

    We've listed & rented our villa via AirBnb and it's been fine.

    Especially good for last minute discounted dates.
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    Vacation Album

    We took 3 trips here last season: November, January (SO cold back home) and the end of March.
    Do we get tired of this place? No way.
    A few photos from the March one.

    We were in early, our...
  14. Re: Philly area SBHers - anyone interested in a get-together?

    Put us in as a maybe.
    Had a great time with Philly friends last time
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    1 seat open to view Bucket Regatta

    A great way to see this event.
    Catamaran 23 March.

    PM for details.
    Jeff
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    Re: It’s a long way down

    Thanks for sharing your story.

    Coming up on 18 yrs of booking-managing our rental villa I'm certain I have had or encountered every possible issue with getting to or from SB by plane or boat.
    A...
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    Re: Who's Bucket bound - March 21-24?

    You can try Jicky Marine, they may have space for a Bucket ride: info@jickymarine.com
    Being down at the water line observing the racing yachts is really something to experience as others have...
  18. Re: How to reach the natural pool from Petite cul de sac beach

    You do not want to jump any of the cliffs by Washing Machine since the water is too shallow.
    The pool that Heidi lept into was over 20' deep and she could not touch the bottom.
    It's a place that is...
  19. Re: How to reach the natural pool from Petite cul de sac beach

    Not washing machine.
    It's on the very far side of Grand Cul de Sac---NOT easy to get to.
    The first time we hiked it (and sent villa guests as well) we hired Helene Bernier, who is a professional...
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    Re: 900E: Colombier to Gustavia

    I'm told the 900E included the taxi back to our villa. It WAS Christmas and so I'm certain there was a
    "holiday rate" factored in. The Guests (parents) did not complain since it was a small...
  21. Re: Government shutdown causing airport security lanes to close

    Contract employees may never be paid, the mechanics of doing that are much more complicated than with regular with federal workers.

    They are sprinkled in many of the agencies from food safety,...
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    Re: Half Day Catamaran Trip

    Caroline and I have done both Les Voiles and Bucket several times.
    Bucket is a gorgeous and exciting regatta spectacle, Les Voiles is more of a real matched race with classes.
    For either of these...
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    Re: 900E: Colombier to Gustavia

    It does sound romantic being out with your lover alone on Colombier under the stars with just wine and a blanket on the sand.
    But as my Doc wife reminds me...there is no trauma care on the island.
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    900E: Colombier to Gustavia

    As an owner/manager, I enjoy stories from our villa guests.
    A family of 6 was staying over the holidays and their parents were in a hotel elsewhere.
    They all took the hike out to Colomber. ...
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    Re: A Heavy Heart

    It was our pleasure to meet her just this one time, when we flew in to see friends and attend a SBH online party in their hometown of Philadelphia.
    Phyllis was an warm and interesting person...
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    Re: Hafida says goodbye

    As we passed by a few weeks ago:
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    Re: November Trip Album

    Hopper, a pic of toes in the sand @Le Barthelemy...beautiful dining at lunch.
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  28. Re: Mid - December Visit with Medical Emergency Experience

    Great story, Dennis.

    Several hospital experiences (both in/out patient) in the past and recently from ourselves along with villa Guests: if you need care---get off the island with evac plans made...
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    November Trip Album

    We had not been to our Flamands Blue since late last March. Weather was a little rainy at first but the island is very green.
    Flights in/out were smooth and it was great to be home here.
    Our...
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    Re: Cheval Blanc Update

    It's true. Cheval Blanc is not accepting reservations for lunch other than for hotel guests at the present time. They will, however, open up to non guests as the dining room can accomodate more...
  31. Re: Sante Fe re-opens for the season-October 19, 2018

    We've always loved this place and David is an excellent host.
    Plan to be there when we're on the island next month.
    Thank you for the post
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    Re: Cocktails -- Thursday, July 12

    Great photos, especially the one of Dennis and Wendy together.
    Nice group.
    From my experience no one does it better than my friend Dennis Carlton....love you, Buddy.
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    Re: Grand Case airport expands

    We, along with villa guests often fly out of Grand Case for one reason or another.
    Staff are extremely friendly and it's a breeze to board your aircraft at the SBC counter.
    Regarding the cab ride:...
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    Re: St Barths Costco ?

    Tom Food is a favorite in Gustavia.
    Excellent prices in bulk, friendly staff.
    On the upper road next to the ALMA furniture store.
    Parking can be a challenge, though
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    France Honors a Fallen Hero

    I chocked up following this story, of one the country's finest who put himself in harm's way for an innocent civilian.
    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/28/world/europe/france-arnaud-beltrame.html...
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