Diplomat Inn

Address: Delancy Street, Nassau, New Providence Island, Bahamas | Inn
 
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Travel Blogs from Nassau

Wednesday in the Bahamas

A travel blog entry by mizzkimmie on Jul 08, 2015

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... Overall, an amazing trip. Not overly relaxing since I was doing things the whole time and didn't sleep hardly at all. A good experience though. Unfortunately, my second flight ended up getting delayed so instead of getting back to California around 8:30pm, I got here at 12:00am. Ugh. I was so exhausted. Also, when I had my layover, my ear started slightly ringing and when I got off the plane when I got home, I was feeling slightly dizzy. It's not ...

On Route to George Town

A travel blog entry by hemslie on Feb 12, 2015

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... the seas were very good too us.

Marjorie (I’ve been spelling Marj’s name wrong I apologize Marjorie!) and I walked the towns main circle looking at tourist shops and exploring the walk took an hour at a slow pace so not big. The boys gassed up El Nido, filled the water and we are now ready for tomorrow’s adventure. The day was lovely on the water it was really interesting to see how the water color ...

Atlantis

A travel blog entry by kschu140 on Nov 14, 2014

... We then dropped of our key to the locker and our towels and then came back to the ship. We were greeted by our crew outside dancing with a DJ playing, the other cruise ships were pretty jealous. They came out and gave us a cold towel to wipe down and a drink each to enjoy as we waited to check back in and onto the trip. It was high energy and a lot of fun. We all danced along with the workers. We then went to an artist signing for Will to get his Mad Decent towel signed and enjoyed ...

Our first hours at Ocean Club at The One and Only

A travel blog entry by jsbengel on Jul 18, 2014

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So we land and as we were the first off the plane, we walked into the immigration a area first. There was a rasta band that was there and they started playing as we walked thru to welcome us. Funny. We went thru customs quickly. We were directed to a taxi to or resort. The ride was a warm 30 minute ride in a non AC cab with a nice older guy who gave us history and a mini sermon. We got ushered into the resort ...

Lots of Beach

A travel blog entry by dyer0930 on Jun 08, 2014

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... on the island, but not only were the shops locked up, but the fort as well. We continued on, aiming for the famed Cable Beach for our picnic lunch and swimming outing, but it was under a stormcloud when we got there. We had passed a small beach with a playground a couple miles east, and it hadn't been raining there, so we headed back that way.

It was Saunders Beach, and it turned out to be a wonderful ...

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