My wife and I were on our way to St. Nicholas Abbey and came upon the mill. I had marked the mill on our map as possibly worth stopping, and the mil is imposing, so we stopped to take photos. Luckily, we were the only tourists there and the guide, whose name I wish I could remember to thank him, was very personable and obviously knowledgeable about the mill and plantation's history. Consequently, we decided to take the guided tour, which took about 40-45 minutes, in good part because we asked many questions. It was worth every penny of the modest fee. Don't miss doing the tour if you're in that part of the island.
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