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Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · March 30, 2011
Going to Willemstad in June

I've read alot of mixed comments about the Breezes Resort and it makes me wonder what am I really in for. If anyone has stayed there recently please tell me how it was before it's too late!



Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · March 24, 2010
Williamstad cruise visit  (3 Answers)

I will be coming to WILLIAMSTAD on a cruise in March 2011, with a group of 10. I would like to find out some information about where the ships dock.
1. How far is the cruise port from downtown Williamstad (is it within walking distance). We have some people that can not walk great distances.
2. Is there any shopping at or near the cruise port?
3. We want to take a tour but do not know which tours are the best. What would be a good tour to take for 10 old foggies?
4. Can you suggest any thing else to do while we are there? We will only be there for the day.

Thank you.

Tonytuna


Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · October 17, 2007
Curacao Hato Caves  (1 Answer)

When you are on vacation on our beautiful island and you need somewhere to go, you want to explore on our island, come to the Curacao Hato Caves. This is one of the most beautiful cave of Curacao. There you can learn a lot of Hato Cave history. When you arrive at the cave, you can see some carves where the Caiquetios Indians religious ceremonies took place about 1500 years ago. In other words, it is a nice historical experienced. It is a pitty to visit Curacao without visiting the hato caves.


Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · October 17, 2007
Curacao Hato Caves  (2 Answers)

When you are on vacation on our beautiful island and you need somewhere to go, you want to explore on our island, come to the Curacao Hato Caves. This is one of the most beautiful cave of Curacao. There you can learn a lot of Hato Cave history. When you arrive at the cave, you can see some carves where the Caiquetios Indians religious ceremonies took place about 1500 years ago. In other words, it is a nice historical experienced.





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