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  • Weekend Window to Barbados

    Barbados, the easternmost of the Caribbean Islands, is 166 square miles. Bathsheba, on the east coast of the island, is known for its rugged coastline. Barbados is the birthplace of pop star Rihanna, the home of Mount Gay Rum and the location of Tiger Woods' wedding to Elin Nordegren in 2004.
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  • Weekend Window to Barbados

    The sun rises over the beach near the<a href="http://www.hiltoncaribbean.com/index.php?destination=barbados"> Barbados Hilton</a> in St. Michael's parish, Barbados. The Caribbean island is divided into 11 parishes. Located on the peninsula of Needham's Point, the Barbados Hilton is five minutes from the capital city of Bridgetown.
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  • Weekend Window to Barbados

    The view from a hill overlooking Bathsheba and the Atlantic Ocean on the east coast of Barbados is stunning. Bathsheba, a small fishing village, is known for its picturesque rocky coastline and rough surf.
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  • Weekend Window to Barbados

    The Crane Hotel sits atop the a bluff on the south coast of Barbados overlooking Crane Beach. Built in 1887, the Crane Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in the Caribbean.
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  • Weekend Window to Barbados

    The rugged eastern coast of Barbados is known for its rough surf. The world-class waves, particularly in an area called 'The Soup Bowl,' near the town of Bathsheba, provide a home for numerous international surf competitions.
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  • Weekend Window to Barbados

    The easternmost of the Caribbean islands, Barbados was a protectorate of the United Kingdom until it gained its independence in 1966.
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  • Weekend Window to Barbados

    The small island is about three times the size of Washington, D.C., and has a population of approximately 280,000 people.
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  • Weekend Window to Barbados

    Melanie Pritcher waxes her surf board at Sandy Hill Beach on the west coast of Barbados. Pritcher, a surf instructor and owner of Barbados Surf Trips, says, "Barbados is the best island for surfing because we have waves about 360 days a year, and the water is always warm. A lot of people don?t how good the surfing is in Barbados," Pritcher said. "You hear about Hawaii other big places - Tahiti, and things like that - and Barbados is not mentioned that much, but it's becoming more popular."
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    ABC News cameraman Russ Marhull composes a shot for Good Morning America's Weekend Window to Barbados.
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