Park Manor Guest House

Market Street North 45, Nassau, New Providence Island, Bahamas | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nassau

Harbour Island

A travel blog entry by starlagurl

Day trip from the Bahamas. Beautiful and peaceful. We ate the "hamburger in paradise" that Jimmy Buffet talks about. From the journal: "Day 3, travel to Harbour Island. We are woken up at around 3 a.m. by some ******* with a loud TV. We decide to just wake up and leave. So we do, and we are way early. We walk to Paradise Island, then take a shuttle …


A travel blog entry by starlagurl

From the journal: "Super Bowl Sunday guys! Instead of doing the stupid party thing, we went to Chez Willie, which is supposed to be the nicest place on the island. I didn't think so. We had beef Wellington, pumpkin soup and Che Willie special salad. I thought the beef was sorta gross and overpriced. Anyway, tomorrow we go home. Today we walked …

Tara's wedding at Sandals

A travel blog entry by starlagurl

From the journal: "Tara's weding pretty much sucked. This place is a wedding factory. There is no real chance to have your own wedding. They should just call it a McWedding instead. Pick your choice of seven wedding combos. Personalize? Supersized? No thanks. Some black dude just called Brian "guv'nah". Isn't that interesting? Sometimes I think …

Cruise 2 Day 3

A travel blog entry by jraybrown

... ship dining room and were seated at a table with 2 other couples the first were some older people from you guessed it Florida and the other are from Orangeville Ontario. They were nice we chatted about trips and travel and they got into retirement and pensions. After dinner Val and I headed to see the newlywed not so newlywed game and then to the main lounge to see the comedian. This comedian would not be on the carnival line as they were good. Well it's late were off to ...

Emerald Paradise

A travel blog entry by tripsnthoughts

... Bahamanian crafts can be found when looked. I bought tons of stuff, cos everything was very interesting to me from the ship in a bottle, to a bike made out of coke cans, to the wooden works.

Bahamas downtown closes at 6, giving less time for visitors to enjoy the local living.


Nassau has many locally run buses that run until 6 p.m. The fare is just $1.25/person one way. Very cheap and easy was to travel.


This hotel, located on Market Street North 45, Nassau, is near Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Center, Pirates of Nassau Museum, Straw Market, and Dolphin Close Encounter.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Park Manor Guest House Nassau

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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