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CURACAO - our tour guide, yesterday, drove us under and over this beautifully constructed and amazing bridge. There is a high point in the center and it is painted blue with a yellow striping. A wonderful view of the town from the top of the...More
The highest bridge in the Caribbean the bridge opened in 1974. The reason for the height is to allow the mega oil tanker ships to pass under it on their way to the nearby giant oil storage facility. During its construction 15 workers died when...More
This is a beautiful looking bridge. When coming in on a cruise ship you can see it right away. Was excited to travel over it and the views were to die for! You can not walk on it as it is illegal but driving over...More
Unfortunately you can’t stop nor walk on the bridge to take pics of the great view. Some actually do, but it is against the law and dangerous, as the locals speed and weave through traffic on their way to where ever.
When in Curacao, always take time to go downtown. The Queen Juliana Bridge is a floating Bridge that swings open to allow ships into the harbor. It is colorfully light up and night. Take a stroll from Punda to Otrabanda or Otrabanda to Punda. Just...More
Didn't know it was illegal to hike this bridge in Curaçao until the police stopped and said 'it's against the law!'
Saw this bridge from the cruise ship and my wife and I were tempted to climb it. We did so but we didn't know...More
Pedestrians are not allowed on the bridge, but the view is impressive from the deck and a remarkable view standing in Otrobanda and Punda. I once distracted a lady from jumping off while a police officer grabbed her.
Many revelers start the New Year by...More