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It had been a long journey to get to the ship with transfers and stopovers but there I was at last stood at St.George's wharf, Nassau amongst a huge crowd of people looking at The Lord Nelson being dwarfed by 3 huge cruise ships. It made her look small compared to the floating skyscrapers next to her but I was still impressed. She is 54m long with a steel hull, has 3 masts and 2 deckhouses. She is painted blue and white with her name scrolled across the bow in gold. Nassau itself was ...
... behind the Queen’s Staircase so we unexpectedly decided to have a look around and explore the area. The straw market was full of many different hats and other items created out of straw that many Bahamians wore around the town and also wore during their everyday lives. We decided to each buy our own hats and wear them around the market to explore how they dress in their culture. The market was closing so we decided it was time to head back to the hotel for dinner and then ...
... beats flowing. We left him to go back to the cabin and get some rest for the day to come. Yesterday when we eventually got up 30 minutes before we had to be on a bus. We stopped at Nassau and got off the boat and headed a short distance to Atlantis. It's basically the big resort of the island with casino, aquarium, ocean access and waterpark. We got on the first rides we found which was a speed slide, Kim didn't seem scared of the height. ...
... We couldn't believe how far everyone went for it, and my white T-shirt, white trainers and jeans looked like a very poor effort! Nevertheless we went to the party, but did feel out of place. The music was again uninspiring, so we stuck around for as long as our ear drums could handle, and returned to the cabin prepared to get off the ship early the next morning. Again, we magically woke up in a new destination which was quite fun concept, and this time we ...
... nearby. 2 offered help and we think the rest just said "Stupid English" but hey we can make fools of ourselves if we want to as it's Aprils fools day! 2 April A fantastic sight waking up to the beautiful turquoise waters in the mooring field contrasting against the golden sand. We head off to explore the nature park and have a lovely walk through the volcanic rocks and mangroves both on the Lee and the Atlantic side of the ...
Other places to stay in Nassau
West Bay Street, Nassau | 3 star hotelfrom $129
- Stay somewhere else
- Reasonable and acceptable - not the Taj Mahal
- A great place for divers!
West Bay & Nassau st, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $104
East Bay Street, Nassau | 1 star hotelfrom $134
West Bay St, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $131
- The Perfect Spot For Us
- Perfect hideaway
- Warm and friendly, this is the place
West Bay Street, Nassau | 3 star hotelfrom $206
40 George Street, Nassau | 1 star hotelfrom $77
- Pas recommandé
West Bay St, Cale Beach, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $90
West Hill Street, Nassau | 4 star hotelfrom $295
- A touch of class in the wilderness
- Absolute paradise
Coral Harbour Road PO Box N-9750, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $127
West Bay Street, Nassau | 4 star hotelfrom $310
- Perfect babymoon
- Loved it! Perfect blend of relaxation, sophistication, and fun
West Bay St, Nassau | 3 star hotelfrom $121
- El Ghetto, The worst Hotel ever
- Good choice for the money
- A Great Hotel on an Unfortunate Block
Village Road, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $69
Charlotte Street, Nassau | Hotelfrom $79
East Bay St., Nassau | 3 star hotelfrom $80
West Bay Street, Nassau | Hotelfrom $112
Paradise Island Drive, Paradise Island, Nassau | Hotelfrom $352
Nassau | Hotelfrom $151