In its life span of over 300 years, this property has been a Jesuit Monestary, an artillery barracks, and a residential community. There is a lot of history here, and tourists are welcome to walk through and see it for themselves.
You may enjoy staying in Basse Terre if you plan on visiting Résidence Arsenal, as travelers to this area of Guadeloupe will be excited to have easy site access during their time there. With only a small number of accommodations in the neighborhood around this historical site, less tourist movement might be predicted.
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If you're time spent at this site has got your stomach growling, you might enjoy trying one of the eateries nearby. Jam Tribu and Le Jazzy's where you and your group might try a bit of French food and experience the flavors of Guadeloupe., which serves Chinese fare, is also the most convenient option for visitors to this historical site. The restaurant is a slight distance away, but far-off enough that you may decide to plan on employing a particular method of transport to arrive. Also within reach, you and your party will find restaurants such as
Location: 7 Rue Rémi Nainsouta, Basse Terre, Basse-Terre
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