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This was such a pleasant surprise. Totally unexpected and totally blown away! Even the pictures I had seen did not seem to do it justice as for being there in person. It was a jewel of a find in the Caribbean. A Must See!
I've read a lot about Sans Souci Palace and I'm glad I went! Hired a local guide. It was helpful but not indispensable. The old man ended up asking five times more than he initially asked for. I gave him the initial price we initially agreed on. Beatiful part of Haitien's history!
We had such a wonderful visit at the citadel and sans Soucis yesterday. A lot of the tourists I tour with always want to challenge themselves of the hiking to the citadel, and when you do that, it gives you a taste of how hard the slaves worked to build this amazing castle, on no foundation but on the rock... 更多
Hiking to the top of the Citadel takes stamina, although mules are available. The Citadel, built to fend off a possible attack by Napoleon, is an enormous fortress built on the hilltops. A new parking area at the base, with restroom and diagrams is helpful. Be aware that there are many safety hazards once you are in the Citadel: no... 更多
This is a must see before leaving Haiti. Getting to Sans Souci is relatively easy from Cap. I hired a taxi for $50 to get me there and back, and give that it can take an hour in Cap traffice, that was a bargain. The entry for both,withno guide and no horse, is a mere $5. I hired a guide... 更多
A tough location, but worth the effort. If you are not in good shape, plan on renting one of the numerous horse to ride up the access road--it is very steep. Do some research on the history before you go. There are folks there who will tell you a bit, but know as much as possible before you go. Bring... 更多
The Citadel is wonderful - when you get there ! Unless you are very fit you need a horse. Negotiate a price first and the tip for the drivers - they always ask for more. Access is not easy, its up a very steep cobbled road, but it is well worth the effort. Make sureyou have a guide to take... 更多
The frighteningly beautiful Citadelle Laferriè built by Henri Christophé, King of Haiti. Yes, the very same Henri Christophé that was present (with hundreds of other Haitian men) at the 1779 Battle of Savannah. A battle that assisted America in its fight of gaining its full independence. Oh! You didn't know that? Hmmm. I wonder what else the schools failed to... 更多
When you get to the base of this magnificent remains of the palace, your mind generates the complete picture in your head and then the greatness of the place hits like a ton of brick. You can imagine the beauty prior to its destruction. Not be missed.