Wandering around we came across this square near the 16th Century castle where the locals play checkers
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This attraction has seen better days. Since I visited on a wet rainy day, the park was almost empty. Had difficulty finding a dry bench. However, since it was not my first visit, I was able to have an appreciation for it. My grand daughter...More
Not worth visiting ,as all the benches are bird dropping stained. It is ,however, a cool respite before or after shopping at the pier area do downtown. The best thing there is a replica of the Liberty Bell, donated for the 350 th anniversary of...More
First Baobob trees I ever saw for real. Nice plants, statues, lizards. good to stretch your legs or cool off. Check out the post office across the street which has cool murals.
A peaceful place to reflect on the beauty of the island and it's distinct history. The natives are friendly and bring some snacks for the little chicks running behind mom.
The Emancipation Garden is centrally located in town. It is not very big and you can see everything there relatively quickly. When I went through, there were quite a few homeless at the park there. I never felt threatened, but just keep your eyes open.
This is small park in Charlotte Amalie on the edge of the tourist shopping area. There's not much to it, though it does have historical significance for the people of St Thomas. it seemed a little grotty and unkept, but it is apparently a favourite...More
Though the park itself is nice, during our trip we witnessed two unsavory incidents involving homeless people who were intoxicated. I would not feel comfortable spending any length of time in the park after seeing these problems. In one incident, a young man who was...More