Mignon Guest House
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... was worth $2250. We again only needed two numbers on two of our cards, but we lost. :((
After bingo, we went back to our room to continue watching the movie and finish our bottle of wine we'd brought on board. The movies are great to pause--they resume right where you left off, which makes it very convenient.
We wanted to catch the 7:15 show, so we got in line for dinner, cause God knows we can't miss a meal--tonight was a nod to ...
... of the Seas so the town is quite busy. There are ferry across to Paradise Island and Cabbage Beach for $4pp , on Paradise Beach there is the Atlantis Resort which looks huge and very Disneyesque. We are happy just to walk round what is quite a pretty town with many, many jewellery stores and lots of others most of which are open. It seems better kept than other Caribbean Island towns, the ...
... While they were away we were delivered complimentary wine and chocolate covered strawberries as compensation for our vibrating room. We quickly demolished the strawberries. We needed to walk off some of our food. I was still full from breakfast due to my inactivity. We walked to level six and saw that they were showing 'cloudy with a chance of meatballs' on the big screen. So we stayed to watch the second half of that. It was pretty gross (or a ...
... We were told to get our towels on level 3, but there were none there so back up to the pool deck to get them there. They would not give us towels to take off the ship and they said to go down to level 1. We decided that since we needed to stop back in the room we would call the desk to find out where to get towels. They told us everywhere we had already been and so we decided we should go to level 1 where we were getting off. We finally ...
... and each additional piece of land you owned qualified you for an additional vote! It took some lobbying with the London establishment, but things eventually changed.
Barb and I walked through town to Junkanoo Beach and had a Presidente beer at a beach shack, Jyah's, co owned by a California girl and her Bahamian husband, Ben. Ben was a friendly sort and we enjoyed visiting over our beer.