Grabbers Bed, Bar & Grill
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrabbers Bed, Bar & Grill Great Guana Cay
Very good food and fab location
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... the tarmac for over an hour while airport staff had a meeting on the tarmac regarding the placement of the checked bags. Then the stewardess made an announcement that the plane was too heavy and cannot get off the ground and asked for 2 volunteers to change their flight to the same time the next day and they would pay for a hotel, 3 meals and give us a voucher for $200 for future flights. Den looked and me and we both raised our hands and were ...
... Maybe we are not as bad as we thought as after several hours of playing with IT stuff we still were no further advanced but at least Five Flip flops now have lots of films copied from our backup drive! Another hot day so we decide to head a shore for sun set BBQ with Emma and David. and an uninvited guest Mrs Pig who sat patiently waiting for our left overs! Or do we want bacon for breakfast and a couple of chops fir the ...
... had the crème brulle. The atmosphere of the restaurant was wonderful. The service impeccable, the food divine. How they can top this meal or even maintain the level of excellence is going to be tough. I’ll keep you posted.
A walk outside on the lido and deck 3 ended with us finding chocolate covered strawberries and champagne when we returned to our room.
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... to explore additional snorkeling spots, the best of which may be highlighted in cruising guides to the area.
Now a bit more about the holding in Marsh Harbour. One Friday evening while Donna was home in Arlington, Dave decided to take in the Happy Hour and free bar food at Snappas bar – just a short dinghy ride to shore. But before leaving he noticed a squall coming in from the north and decided to wait it out before going ...
... We also visited Spanish Cay, where we were welcomed by the marina dog, Hurricane, aptly named because hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on that island. We docked at Treasure Cay on Great Abaco for one evening and saw one of the most beautiful beaches in the Bahamas. At Marsh Harbour, we were impressed by the most helpful dock master we've met. Rey actually boarded our boat as we were docking to handle the lines. From Marsh Harbour, we ...