Arawak Inn

West Bay Street , Nassau, New Providence Island, Bahamas | Inn
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First Port - Nassau Bahamas

A travel blog entry by sunny17

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... on captain's night. A quick stop at the casino picked up $13.00 on my penny machine and headed to the after hours comedy show at the Punch liner lounge. Off to bed - shake rattle and roll but we slept like babies. The sea was had a slight chop early in the evening but by 4:00am it had picked up.����7 356;���� ...

Sun, surf, sand and healthy speciMENS

A travel blog entry by loujoshell

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... with white sandy beaches, clear blue waters and quaint huts where you can buy typical souvenirs. That night saw us having cocktails with the captain-yep 3 little Aussies sharing a wine with the captain and officers. Gotta say, when the function room doors opened and the crew were standing in line ready to greet us individually, the 'oh ****' factor crept in..but it didn't last long. By nights end we ...

Cruising on the Oasis of the Seas

A travel blog entry by tavernertales

20

... us to a small booth right up close to and in the middle of two other parties - was a little awkward at first. The kids had to squash together in the booth part of the table and they didn't have enough elbow room. Then we had to wait 10 or ...

Salvador Dali-phin

A travel blog entry by sudell

5

Nassua, Bahamas. Arrived in the morning to see a big RCI boat in dock and a Carnival boat about a kilometer behind us. By the time we finished breakfast and made our way to the excursion meeting point the Carnival boat was in the dock adjacent to us. Several of the excursions were going to the same place, Blue Lagoon Island. As it turned out, Blue Lagoon Island is a popular spot for all cruise ships as well as the tourists staying at all ...

The last day of summer

A travel blog entry by jimnunn

... had looked after us. The back of the letter was divided into four strips, one for our main server with $56 written beside his name, one for our assistant server $42, one for our head waiter $14 (he did bugger all and deserves nothing) and finally one for our room steward $56. The envelopes were for us to put the strips of paper in and for us to hand to the people just before we leave the ship. They will then be able to claim their money, less tax ...

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Location

This inn, located on West Bay Street , Nassau, is near Blue Lagoon Island, Cable Beach, Queen's Staircase, and Water Tower.
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