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St Barts

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St Barts

will be visiting for 1 day from St. Maarten. Should we rent a car and drive around the island? or is there enough to do from whereever the ferry drops us off at. We will be staying at the Westin./ Thanks for all the help

Eve

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The ferry drops you off in town - plenty of shops and restaurants but you'll need transportation if you want to see other parts of the island. When we take house guests to St. Barts for day trips we hire a taxi for the day, somewhat more costly than renting a car but we don't have to worry about where to go and how to get around.

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There is a lot to see and do in town , have a burger at Le Select, walk to Shell Beach, have drinks at the beach bar, check out the shop and people watch. Makes for a great day...renting a car is great if you want to drive around and check out the island and other beaches.

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thanks

Eve

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Hav you considered flying ? You can walk from the Airport to St Jean Beach

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