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Is this London? That might well be your first thought when you see the statue of Lord Nelson in Bridgetown. This statue was ... More
Lord Nelson Statue
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 Richard Westmacott, who is called "the first castor of bronze in the kingdom", it is considered to be an accurate likeness of the British Admiral. So when you are in Bridgetown, strike a pose next to the stony faced Nelson and capture it with your camera.
The waters off Brighton Beach are typically tranquil throughout the year. Due to the subdued surf and incredible reefs, Bell
Buoy and Silver Bank reefs are two of the most well known on Barbados for snorkeling and swimming. The ...
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 ...
Offering half and full day deep sea fishing excursions, the Billfisher, a 40 foot Pacemaker, is docked at the Careenage
in downtown Bridgetown. Captain White and his expert anglers can guide you to the best niches for barracuda, tuna, ...