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stjohnjulie

stjohnjulie
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Joined: August 2, 2007 7:02 am
Topics: 6 / Replies: 266
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Re: Flying in tomorrow!

I'm sure they will post when they get home, but it seems to me that they are having a GREAT time! Checking out the island, meeting people, and gettin...

12 years ago
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Re: Relocating to Coral Bay

You can call Scenic Properties and see what they have. They are the largest long term rental management company on St. John. Their number is 340-693-...

12 years ago
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Re: St John Beaches Question

Keep an eye on the cruise ship schedule. They often times add to the arrivals 30 days prior or so, so there could be more ships than you expect. Day...

12 years ago
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Re: Day room for St John wedding

March is our busiest month of the year. Most villas have a minimum stay of 7 days (and most of the condos as well). You can try the Westin and Grand...

12 years ago
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Re: St. John- Any Cheap Hotel Recomm.

Samuel Cottages will fit the bill Samuel Cottages

12 years ago
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Re: handcrafted arts

On St. John... my store has a local designer. Krall Designs is Tom and Alice Krall and they have been on St. John a long time, St. Croix before then....

12 years ago
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Re: taxes

Yes we pay taxes. And yes, it's to the VIBIR (virgin islands bureau of internal revenue). Medicare and social security withholding/taxes still go to...

12 years ago
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Re: should we make the trek over to st john?

I have a Pea Pod, but it's kind of small. I would just camp my guys out under a shady tree for a nap at the beach when they were bigger. If I couldn...

12 years ago
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Re: should we make the trek over to st john?

I'd say it's worth it. We have many visitors who frequent St. John who first visited on a day trip from a cruise or a day trip while staying on St. T...

12 years ago
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Re: Where to buy fresh seafood (to cook ourselves) in STJ?

There are still people who sell their catch by Nature's Nook. Look for them in the afternoon (3ish). And look for the guys with the big white cooler...

12 years ago
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Re: gibney beach villa

I would stay there in a heartbeat. It's not a 'luxury' villa, but it is truly unique in it's location. There just aren't many places here that are r...

12 years ago
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Re: Update on STJ Cruz Bay park

It's not looking like it 🙁 They don't allow the vendors in the park any longer either. When they do allow the vendors to set up, they do it in the ...

12 years ago
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Re: Update on STJ Cruz Bay park

The park is pretty much complete. It's open, and all of the 'construction' part is done, but they ran out of money and it never got landscaped. So a...

12 years ago
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Re: Happy Fish

Yes, it has closed. There isn't really another option on St. John. Although, Joe's Rum Hut pizza place has been rolling a few different rolls. I ha...

12 years ago
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Re: Where to watch the Super Bowl on St. John

High Tide in Wharfside Village would be a good spot. Get there early, get a good seat at the bar, should be a lot of fun since the owners are big spo...

13 years ago
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Re: Where to register a .vi domain?

Maybe you should check with Choice Communications. The email I have had for my business for the past 14 years ends in islands.vi

13 years ago
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Re: Are WAPA Water Problems affecting STJ?

I'm glad to hear the water is flowing again! I hope they can keep it that way. And yes, I would boil or not use the water for cooking or drinking. ...

13 years ago
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Re: Are WAPA Water Problems affecting STJ?

So they (VI Daily News) say water service was to have been restored.... can someone give an actual update?

13 years ago
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Re: St John Restaurants

Gastro Grub is on the second floor of the Marketplace in the back corner. It was formerly Black Sand Bistro/La Plancha. It has been getting excellen...

13 years ago
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Re: St John Restaurants

G Spot is closed. Driftwood Dave's, Gastro Grub have opened. High Tide, Joe's Pizza (by Joe's Rum Hut) have new menus (to name a couple). Not a lot...

13 years ago
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