Waterloo Lodge and Tennis Club

Nassau, New Providence Island, Bahamas | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Nassau

Cruise day 2

A travel blog entry by jraybrown


... just relaxing. at 3:00 we headed down for some trivia and it turned out to be a different game so we watched from the sidelines and enjoyed playing for fun. I over heard the hotel director speaking with a guest, she and he partner split up on the cruise he is a wild drunk and apparently emptied the mini fridge in the room and lost control. The cruise line found her another room and has barred him from any alcohol and will be escorting him off the ...

Atlantis Aqua Fun!!!

A travel blog entry by zolina


... day, we were in dire need of some relaxation. So we decided to go to the spa on the boat and schedule some massages. They were having a special on a package deal that included a facial too, so we both did that. We had a little time to wait, so we went and got our bathrobes and hung out in the salon’s sauna for a while.

In retrospect, I kind of wished I hadn’t done the massage/facial. It wasn’t nearly as good as my ...

Wet and Wild Aquaventure in Nassau

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas


... the regular dining room and scoped out the desserts there. We both got the lemon cake and Erin got a chocolate cake and I got bread pudding. The lemon cake wasn’t very lemony and the chocolate cake wasn’t very chocolaty. My bread pudding had an expresso sauce on it, so I feared the caffeine in it and didn’t eat it. Caffeine keeps me awake.

We headed for the Cinna-Bar early and talked with Dave and the other people ...

Cruise to Nassau

A travel blog entry by rangerrick247


... per cigar. Explore one of the many cafés or liquor stores that sell the Montecristos, the Cohibas, the Romeo y Julietas, just to name a few. Tips are greatly appreciated by the Bahamians offering their services. It is customary to tip, especially by tourists. Also, do not worry about the exchange rate if you are an American tourist. The exchange rate ratio is 1:1 and many businesses will even give change back in American currency. The country is ...

Another little bit of Heaven

A travel blog entry by scotbig2


... to see the little things they have dropped to save $$ for themselves, but not many perks for us. I'd go back to Nassau again for sure as it's a great place..baby blue ocean and warm sunny weather.

This blog won't put my pictures in unless I write more...what's with that? I guess I have to find a way to figure out what they really want. Till then this will have to do.


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