On the north side of downtown Bridgetown is the infamous Baxter's Road, "the street that never sleeps." The ... More
On the north side of downtown Bridgetown is the infamous Baxter's Road, "the street that never sleeps." The road is filled with the one-room, dimly-lit rum shops and small eating places that take on a life after midnight. Women sell fried fish cooked over open stoves, and music blasts up and down the street. During the day it looks like any other Bridgetown side street; however, after-hours, it comes alive, representing a slice of Bajan culture that is worth the visit.
Is this London? That might well be your first thought when you see the statue of Lord Nelson in Bridgetown.
This statue was erected in 1813, nearly 30 years before London's Lord Nelson column. Sculpted from bronze by Sir ...
Take a stroll down busy Broad Street, Bridgetown's main shopping district, where bargain hunters delight in shops well stocked with
duty free merchandise. While most tourist, business and shopping activities are located near the Wharf, the lower end is ...
Founded in 1628, the capital of Barbados has developed into a sophisticated destination for international business and leisure travelers. The
third oldest Parliament of the British Commonwealth (1639) faces National Heroes Square and The Careenage , a natural harbor ...