The Valley, Anguilla travel tips

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Kamique Little Harbour Villas offers you a luxurious stay. You will love it there.

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If you want to enjoy some great food at an upscale setting, Michel Rostant at the Malliouhan is your perfect choice. Probably the best restaurant in town.

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Visit Oriental Restaurant and Bar for great Chinese food and yes, a Chinese bar.

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Enjoy Deon's Overlook's fabulous seafood and soup as well as a great view.

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This town has some of the most hospitable people in the Caribbean.

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Anguilla promotes health and wellness so there are quite a few spas, gyms and health food stores in The Valley.

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Anguilla is known to be a safe place but still take the necessary precautions like locking away your valuables and not leaving important things in your vehicle.

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There are many hotels from moderate to upscale but they all offer you a great stay. This island is known for its luxurious accommodations.

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Most hotels and restaurants take credit cards but most only accept mastercard/visa.

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Practice in the bathroom then head over to English Rose Restaurant, for Friday night Karaoke.

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Just check with your hotel front desk to find out which of the many festivals is being held while you are there.

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Get out of your hotel and go horseback riding at Seaside Stables, El Rancho Del Blues or CLiffside Stables.

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Roy's Bayside Grill offers Caribbean seafood and local cuisine that is great for the entire family.

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The official language is English and they drive on the left side of the road.

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The Valley Bistro offers both french and Italian cuisine and is family-friendly.

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Taxis have set rates and do not use meters. The drivers can take you on island tours.

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Lloyd's Bed and Breakfast is a place to stay if you are on a budget.

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The Old prison is another historic site which features ruins at the country's highest point. It is really the view from there that's fabulous.

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The Wall Blake House is a wonderful historic site from the 18th century and is the only plantation house still standing and with everything still intact.

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Because most of the country is made up of lime stones there are many caves. Visit either The Big Springs located in Island Harbour or The Fountain located in Shoal Bay which are both very impressive.

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