I am shocked that this large corporation was allowed to open shop on the island. I would sincerely hope that people would not only boycott their arrival, but also do everything in their power to take Starbucks down. Although the island may already be somewhat corporate, the bombardment of corporate American advertising has not yet taken our beautiful treasure. This is the first step towards a complete monopolization of the island.
I was very excited when I came off the boat and I could get a Starbucks. I talked with the Baristas and they said it is an island family that had the franchise for the island and they were great people to work for.
I think it is awsome that I cane enjoy my drink away from home, better than the swill I have been drinking
Welcome to America*s Summer Place there is no place quite like it, and the experience cannot be duplicated. Grand Hotel.
Opened in 1887. On an island without cars, where horses and bicycles are still the favored modes of transportation. ...
Guestrooms individually designed and decorated with antiques from the late 1800's evoke a feeling of casual elegance. Amenities:Balcony/Terrace. Hotel Details:11
Rooms. Built in 1884. Common Area Wireless Access. Tennis (Outdoor). Bicycling.