BEST WESTERN Bay View Suites
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... was absolutely wonderful (even if it did involve squeezing into a wetsuit that cut off both my respiration and circulation). We got to interact with a 3 year old dolphin, who was even kind enough to give us a push across the cove. (And by push, I mean she hurled us at top speed so quickly I was afraid I was going to smash into the rock wall - possibly taking a few other tourists out with me. Luckily Maru turned off in time, and I ...
... water. But the best part about it was when we all went out to the front of the boat and laid around instead of listening to the guide. We had free drinks, sun, and the sounds of the boat on the water. It was so peaceful. I am pretty sure I took a nap on the boat.
By the time we got off, it was almost dark. We didn't have much time for shopping, but we did have an amazing ...
... Art while his work was on exhibit. We took a short cut through the casino and out into the aqua world of Atlantis. The Atlantis aquarium is a sight to be seen. The details in design and the abundance of marine creatures is something to awe about. The kids ran from water basin to the next yelling out the sea creatures on display. Atlantis scientist and researchers take care of the animals and study them while they are in ...
... the way around The Power Tower. We went through several rapids and then came to a place where there was water coming out making huge waves that kept going and going through the twists and turns of the river. There was one place where we actually went up a hill on a rubber belt, like going up the first hill of a roller coaster. We finally came back to our starting place and got off. Erin was going to do The Abyss which is like the Leap of ...
... rooms just aren't our thing ;-)). Also, we didn't like the busy 'Disneyland-feel' of Nassau, where each day (sometimes up to four!) huge cruise ships unloaded their 'cargo' of fun-seeking, shopping-craving, all-you-can-eat-buffet-loving package tourists.
In addition we got a bit frustrated in trying to find out what to do and where to go. Sure, there are many tours and attractions but all cater to package tourists and cost - in our opinion as ...