By Michael Schamis
 Previously an analyst with MarketCounsel,
Michael Schamis travels extensively with his wife
when he is not working. In a...
 The Flower Forest, which is in St. Joseph on the old
Richmond sugar plantation, is home to a wide range of
plants and tr...
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Popular Attractions and Sites in Barbados

Previously an analyst with MarketCounsel, Michael Schamis travels extensively with his wife when he is not working. In addition to having traveled throughout the United States, Michael Schamis has visited such exotic places as Grenada, Anguilla, and Barbados.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. By Michael Schamis
  • 2.  Previously an analyst with MarketCounsel, Michael Schamis travels extensively with his wife when he is not working. In addition to having traveled throughout the United States, Michael Schamis has visited such exotic places as Grenada, Anguilla, and Barbados. Located in St. Michael, the Barbados Museum has seven galleries, which display everything from the nature and wild life of Barbados to its African roots. Open every day of the week, the museum is a great place for tourists looking to get a basic feel for the island’s culture and history.
  • 3.  The Flower Forest, which is in St. Joseph on the old Richmond sugar plantation, is home to a wide range of plants and trees. Showcasing some of the most scenic parts of Barbados, the Flower Forest is great for picnicking in the shade, but is also maintains a restaurant and bar that opens out on the forest. One of Barbados’ most famous beaches, Crane Beach, welcomes tourists and locals with its pink sand and calm surf. Crane Beach is also home to the island’s oldest hotel, the Crane Beach Hotel, which includes its own elevator to the sand. Harrison’s Cave, a limestone cavern full of deep pools, streams, and waterfalls, is popular among more adventurous tourists. Visitors watch an educational film before beginning the trek through the cave.

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