As we drove through town, I tried to get some pictures of the buildings in Bridgetown without a lot of success. I did get the Parliment building, but my pictures of the Careenage (photo 3 and 4) weren't a success when taken from a speeding car. And I was unable to get a picture of Nelson's statue.
Fondest memory: Two of the buildings in these pictures (photo 2 and photo 5) are ones that I can't identify.
Favorite thing: If you are Jewish, you might not want to miss the Synagogue there (the photo shows the backyard of it), it is a simple and small one. If you are not, and not interested, there are other small churches to visit. We are interested mainly in the architecture of those. Every parish has its own main church, sometimes from those little churches, you can have a grand view of the countryside.
Favorite thing: The streets of Bridgetown can be pretty grubby. Not to be harsh or pass judgement but this is true. Here are some street scenes.
Favorite thing: We saw some photos of Bridgetown which must have been taken in the early 1900's. It looked very nice. Some of the buildings from that era still exist and are still very pretty.
Favorite thing: When the ship docks you proceed to a lovely, bright shopping area with all sorts of goods and refreshment.