Pick-a-dilly Parliament Inn

18 Parliament Street, Nassau, New Providence Island, Bahamas | Inn
Prices starting from $50.00

Travel Blogs from Nassau

Lots of Beach

A travel blog entry by dyer0930


... We started with Fort Fincastle - one of the old British forts on the island and the Queen's Staircase, carved out of the limestone rock. There was a tour guide there to tell us a little bit about the history of the fort. There were rows of little roadside shops outside the fort, but they were all locked up. We were told that since there were no cruise ships coming through that day, the locals took the day off. On ...

Sun, surf, sand and healthy speciMENS

A travel blog entry by loujoshell


... 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


... as we thought we would. We embarked early yesterday (about 11:45) and had lunch in Central Park, a lovely salad dish. We couldn't get into our room until 1pm so we looked around the ship in all the public areas. So many areas! The park in ...


A travel blog entry by nls721

Stated out with the breakfast buffet. Dived with Stuart Cove. The first dive was a wall dive. As soon as we got into the water and put on our masks and looked under we could see sharks. I was a little afraid. But continued on. The entire dive there were sharks around us, usually 2 or 3 at a time. They were about 6'. We also saw lion fish, barracuda and even a large stingray plus numerous other fish. There was a wreck ...

A wet start in the Bahamas...

A travel blog entry by claudiaroger


... was still much lower than today). It was a cool experience to dive straight down in this almost perfectly circular, vertical cave. Also the second dive on a nearby reef was quite nice as we got to see nurse sharks, a turtle, stingray, schools of fish and loads of other marine life. However, due to the rough weather the visibility was not as good as it could be.

So, now we're looking forward to the outer islands, hopefully some nice weather and good ...


This inn, located on 18 Parliament Street, Nassau, is near Pirates of Nassau Museum, Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Center, Straw Market, and Dolphin Close Encounter.
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