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Grenada Discovery Train, coming soon!

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A unique and charming new attraction is coming to Grenada! Beginning December 2010, Grenada Discovery Train will start to operate a charming and unique trackless tourist train in the center of St. Georges.
This will be the first and only sight seeing train in Grenada.
The train will perform several trips during the day on daily basis in the town of St. George. It will be passing through parts that are off the beaten track and therefore bring tourists and local merchants in these parts closer together.
At the same time passengers on the train will get background information on St. George, its history, people, culture and general "couleur locale", whilst enjoying the town, busy street life, architecture and fabulous vistas.
Look out for this unique and trully charming new attraction that will be an added value to the advantages that St. George already has to offer.
DON'T MISS THE TRAIN!

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