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- 3Long Bay Road, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands11 reviews
About 25 minutes from Sea~N~Islands, VRBO #496862. High end shopping. Good lunch place if you are close by.Popular with
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- 6Between Government House and Hotel 1829, 29 - 30 Kongens Gade | Goverment Hill, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas13 reviews
A great place for taking photos. If you climb to the top you can visit Blackbeard's Castle for a well deserved drink or snack.Popular with
- 136450 Coki Point, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands6 reviews
Feed sting rays & turtles. Scuba dive, snorkel. Tons of fun for everyone!Popular with
- 146 reviews
Wonderful view of the whole north side of St Thomas as well as down island view to St John and the British Virgin islands. A very good place to pick up a reasonably priced souvenir for those left at home. The banana daiquiris are ok and worth splitting one just to say you had it.Popular with
- 15Southside, St. Thomas 00802, U.S. Virgin Islands5 reviews
This mall is in a strategic position, very close to where the big cruise boats arrive, so not very interesting in my opinion when it is crowded. However I visited it during a calm day and could see how beautiful the shops are. Obviously only famous and expensive brands.Popular with
- 17Route 32, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands2 reviews
Ferry terminal for day trips to Cruz Bay on St John, West End on Tortola, or Foxy's/Soggy Dollar on Jost Van Dyke. On the hour to St John and twice a day to the BVIs.
- 1814 Main St, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas2 reviews
Right on Main St. in the tourist shopping area, this old house shelters courtyards, stairways and nooks in quiet serenity. Pissarro left St. Thomas as a young man and became famous as a member of the French Inpressionist movemnt with Moliere, Monet, Cezanne, etc. Often listed as "French", Pissarro was actually a Dane (Danish Colonial Sephardic). This fellow was a ...
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Dark red and forbidding, this 1600's Danish fort was the center of the Danish West Indies for 200 years. In the 1950's, it housed the Police, Fire Department, Motor Vehicle Division and city/county jail. The fort entrance sits on a hill overlooking Emancipation Park, the Grand Hotel and the Waterfront and the cops would sit in folding chairs on the ...Popular with