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What a great place! 😋 the carousel in the back is a treat to see, an indoor play area gives an option for getting kids out of the sun, and letting them burn off some energy. So many flavors, we had to go every day...More
After a 2 week cruise on Seabourn Odyssey round trip St Maarten, had some hours before our flight home to Ohio. We chose an island tour ending at the airport. Our last stop was the Gelateria and a ride on the beautiful carousel. A fun...More
The venue itself is very classy and the ice cream flavors are plentiful and of good quality. The decor along with the carousel is tasteful, but the advertising of souvenir store quality merchandise is randomly strewn about. I've been coming to Carousel for several years,...More
Drop in for a visit during my vacation on the island. They offer a huge variety of gelato's, location is air conditioned with enough tables and chairs to sit and enjoy.
A place to bring a smile to your face, however a bit on the...More
We treat ourselves to gelato every night while on vacation and this place did not disappoint. The ceiling is beautiful, the ice cream tasty and the staff pleasant. I would recommend a visit to this cool shop.
It’s a nice place but don’t dare asking for a third taste or you will be treated like a criminal! Terrible service. There is no sign anywhere stating 2 tastes only so when I asked if I could try another (third) flavor, I was told...More
We stopped here as part of our cruise tour. We each had a cone and then rode the carousel while eating the cone and the operator took our photo. The photo looks much better now that we got back to Minnesota with the -30F weather....More
No longer living on the island.....but in contact with many there. Can be safely assumed the building was badly damaged. But will probably be up and running again by the time busy season rolls around in mid-late November... More
No longer living on the island.....but in contact with many there. Can be safely assumed the building was badly damaged. But will probably be up and running again by the time busy season rolls around in mid-late November. Maybe sooner?
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