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Stories and Tips Bahamas

Dining at Atlantis

Written by MikeInTown on 02 Jul, 2013

You will find many dining options at the Atlantis Resort. The cuisine varies from tropical to Chinese. The meals tend to be on the pricey side but my wife and I were able to mitigate this somewhat by sharing entrees. Our day normally started with…Read More


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Impressions of Atlantis

Written by MikeInTown on 19 Jun, 2013

The first thing that caught my attention at the Atlantis Resort was its size. This gigantic community consists of hotel accommodations, timeshares, condos, shopping villages, restaurants, a convention center, and, of course, water amusements and beaches. Atlantis sits on its own island - Paradise Island.…Read More


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Overcoming Sticker Shock

Written by MikeInTown on 19 Jun, 2013

It did not take long for us to realize how expensive a stay at the Atlantis Resort can become. Atlantis is not an all-inclusive resort – meaning you must pay for meals. Furthermore, gratuities are automatically added to your bill regardless of whether you are…Read More


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Nassau, the Bahamas...the flat one.

Written by two cruisers on 27 Jul, 2012

Nassau is the most unique of the four Caribbean ports we visited. It is flat like Fort Lauderdale, being made of layers of limestone deposits with out the benefit of volcanoes and earthquakes. Kinda blah, but the Bahamans have made up for that by building…Read More


Where the Antillean Nighthawk Roam

Written by sheddowen on 19 Apr, 2011

The Bahama Banks are home to the Exuma Islands where you can learn about and see first-hand: Stromatolites (underwater stone-like hassocks built by bacteria); ooids (that extra soft-spherical sand, that really isn't sand at all), manta rays, sea turtles and catch iguanas found nowhere else…Read More


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A Wonderful Week in Hope Town

Written by cocopud on 16 Jun, 2009

We flew in and out of Freeport and from there we took Regional Air into Marsh Harbor, it was a smaller plane, maybe 12-15 seats, but it was way more comfortable with more legroom then the Spirit flight we took into Freeport. Once we…Read More


Only in Paradise

Written by glew22 on 04 May, 2009

Only in ParadiseBy: Gary Lewis Jr."Please fasten your seatbelt and prepare for landing," commanded the pilot. Before I knew it Nassau was in the rear view mirror and the Royal Towers were within sight. After unpacking as fast as a child opens presents…Read More


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Valentine's Eve on Harbour Island

Written by NancyK P on 13 Mar, 2009

Eleuthera drew us because of what it is missing: clubs, malls, casinos and crowds. It’s a quiet place. The island is 110 miles long and has 3 little airports. We chose Governor’s Harbour which is in the unfashionable middle. Then we rented a jeep…Read More


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Cruise from New York on the Norwegian Spirit

Written by Cantin2 on 05 Nov, 2007

NCL Freestyle on the Spirit. You will enjoy this ship, no matter what your age. The Spirit exudes "energy" and gorgeous Asian decor. The ship is very beautiful - a very Asian feel - art everywhere, full sized Terra Cotta Soldiers and Samurai Warriors line…Read More


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Highlights of Nassau

Written by vampirefan on 06 Dec, 2006

Before John and I headed out to our shore excursion we had time to walk around and take in the beauty of this amazing city. Over the years working in the travel industry I have heard some agents say some very unsavory and unkind things…Read More


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