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Three Activities to Enjoy in St. Thomas

 

St. Thomas

St. Thomas

Attorney Imogene L. Cathey dedicates her days to serving as general counsel of Seton Hill University. In her spare time, Imogene Cathey enjoys traveling and has visited destinations such as St. Thomas.

When visiting St. Thomas, consider partaking in the following activities rated highly by U.S. News and World Report.

Enjoy Magens Bay.

Ranked third on U.S. News and World Report’s list of the best things to do while visiting the U.S. Virgin Islands, going to Magens Bay to take in the scenery and swim the waters has become a popular activity. The heart-shaped beach is located on the north coast. It has clear waters and boasts white sand. The best time to go for a more private experience is early in the morning or late in the afternoon.

Shop on Main Street.

Also known as the Dronningens Gade, Main Street is ideal if you love to shop. Stores lining the cobblestone street encompass everything from designer clothing retailers to diamond distributors. The location attracts an abundance of tourists, but if you go around 3 p.m., you will likely have a less congested experience. When you need a break, Market Square and the Emancipation Garden are within walking distance.

Play a round at Mahogany Run Golf Course.

On the northeast side of the island, you will find Mahogany Run Golf Course. The 18-hole venue spans more than 6,000 yards. It is a par-70 course. Its biggest attraction is the Devil’s Triangle, which consists of holes 13, 14, and 15. The three challenging holes have an ocean view you can enjoy while golfing.

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Unique Ways to Spend Time on Cruise Ships

Enchantment of the Seas Image: youtube.com

Enchantment of the Seas
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Imogene L. Cathey works as general counsel for Seton Hill University in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. One of her favorite activities outside of work is going on scenic cruises. Imogene Cathey has travelled to various exotic destinations including Nassau, Coco Cay, St. Thomas, St. Maarten, Aruba, Dominican Republic, and Curacao. Imogene Cathey has traveled on many popular and large cruise ships including Carnival Fantasy, Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas, Carnival Breeze, and Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas.

Cruise companies are constantly trying to one-up each other using new and improved amenities, as well as unorthodox cruise activities. This gives passengers a chance to try new things on board, without having to disembark.

Some of the most unique features are found on popular and large cruise ships like the Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas, Carnival Breeze, and Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas, and many more. Here are some examples of attractive cruise activities that Imogene Cathey has experienced:

1. Enchantment of the Seas features 3 pools, a spa, a theater, a solarium, a fitness center, a discotheque, a shopping center and centrum, a teen disco and lounge, Adventure Ocean center, an observation deck, a rock-climbing wall, 4 bungee trampolines called the “Jump Zone” and the Viking Crown Lounge.

2. Carnival Breeze features a 5D Cinema called Thrill Theater, outdoor water park, Could 9 Spa, jogging track, fitness center, Red Frog Pub, Winner’s Luck casino and bar, the Liquid Nightclub disco, Punchliner Comedy Club.

3. Allure of the Seas features a two-deck dance hall, a theatre with 1,380 seats, an ice skating rink, 7 distinct “Neighborhoods’ and 25 dining options, including the first Starbucks coffee shop at sea.