Pearl Cox Guest House

Nassau, New Providence Island, Bahamas | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nassau

Samuel the performing tiger!

A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jul 10, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... sculpting in the heat on deck 15. When, after ten minutes we still couldn't tell what the ice sculptor was making...and when Samuel's face paint started sliding off his face, we called it quits and went to learn how to shape balloons. Samuel immediately saw that all the kids had three or four balloon animals and wanted to know where his were?! Um, you wanted to sit in the sun and watch a man hack at a block of ice, you missed out! (is what I should have said) I ...

Nassau, Bahamas

A travel blog entry by beadledove on Apr 21, 2014

18 photos

... 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.
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Nassau, Bahamas

A travel blog entry by jvrk on Feb 09, 2014

... with each other.

The hot tub wasn’t too crowded, and I ordered a frozen, fruity drink and relaxed in the tub. Rob met me about 20 minutes later, and we sat for about 15. We headed back to the room so that we could get ready for dinner. Rob also took a nap on the sofa; I watched the sunset.

Rob and I met our mothers at my mom’s "perch" on deck 15, and then we went to the cigar bar and ...

Our last day of cruising - Nassau

A travel blog entry by sarahjr on Jan 18, 2014

5 photos

... and Bosco, who have looked after us well. No need to tip separately on the Freedom as 15% gratuities was automatically added to our account when we paid, around US$90 each. This is paid to the waiters, housekeeping and other staff. Alcohol purchases also attract the 15% gratuity. While I understand tipping is expected in the US and do not begrudge tipping over here due to the lousy wage paid to serving staff, I ...

Arriving Nassau

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Dec 18, 2013

17 photos

... matches the cases on the big screen, they win prizes. You must have two case matches to win the lowest-value prize, a free bingo pull-tab card. Next is a free photograph of yourself on the ship (retail value: $20). Third prize (for matching four cases) is $50. Two audience members won $50. Nobody won any of the four high-value prizes, which were $200, $400, a free seven-night cruise, and $5,000.

We then watched a second round, in which ...

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