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Le Bistro Nu #213650
01/11/2020 07:32 PM
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Hi, can anyone tell me how to walk from Le West Indies mall in Marigot to Le Bistro Nu...my husband and I walked once with another couple who knew how to get there, but I forgot. thanks

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Re: Le Bistro Nu [Re: gracie105] #213651
01/11/2020 07:45 PM
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Sorry for not knowing the street names, but coming out of the mall, hang a left until you get the end of the street--probably about 1/4-1/2 mile, and hang a left. Those 2 roads are both major thoroughfares. A little ways down, you'll see a sign with a roster on it, which is the restaurant. You need to go left down a short alley to get to the restaurant.

Re: Le Bistro Nu [Re: gracie105] #213653
01/11/2020 07:54 PM
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Oh Thank you so much, that sounds very familiar

Re: Le Bistro Nu [Re: gracie105] #213659
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i dont know if the map comes out in this link....................

https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaur...Martin_St_Martin_St_Maarten.html#MAPVIEW

Re: Le Bistro Nu [Re: gracie105] #213678
01/12/2020 09:06 AM
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gracie--I hope you're not going to do this at night?? No way I would walk that distance in Marigot at night..


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Re: Le Bistro Nu [Re: Carol_Hill] #213688
01/12/2020 09:57 AM
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Oh no Carol we would go for lunch, that's what we did last year in January, the food is amazing. the owner and staff are so nice....Thank you for looking out for me, I haven't been in a year and I don't know if it's still safe in the day...what do you think?

Re: Le Bistro Nu [Re: gracie105] #213689
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I think it would be ok during the day, so long as the unrest doesn't pop back up. If so, all bets are off. ...and probably the restaurant would be closed anyway.


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Re: Le Bistro Nu [Re: Carol_Hill] #213690
01/12/2020 10:08 AM
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thanks for the information, I am not going until July so I hope all will be fine by then..

Re: Le Bistro Nu [Re: gracie105] #213698
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You could park across the street at the stadium area. A much shorter walk.


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Re: Le Bistro Nu [Re: pony600] #213699
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where is the stadium area? Does it look like a train station?

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