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by Cynthia Amin last updated on 10/05/2010
Marriage is an adventure. So why not start it off in The Islands Of The Bahamas? Spend your honeymoon here, and together you’ll experience our laid-back way of life, the clearest water in the world, and a list of activities that goes on for miles. Plus...
Breezes Resort, Nassau Bahamas
by Jennifer Ialenti last updated on 04/22/2010
I just toured and visited Breezes Super Inclusive Resort in Nassau, Bahamas. The property was clean and well maintained. It is centrally located on Cable Beach in Nassau with easy access to the entire island. The employees were very helpful and friendly...
Carnival Sensation
by Pam Siems last updated on 09/16/2009
I was lucky enough to be able to tour the Carnival Sensation last week. The Fantasy Class ship was built in 1993 and after serving as emergency housing for residents of hurricane Katrina she was extensively refurbished in 2007. Today she sparkles with...
Sandals Royal Bahamian in Bahamas
by Michelle Mazzola last updated on 01/29/2009
Here time slows down, smiles abound, and the famed Sandals all-inclusive experience reaches the highest level of luxury. With seven pools, nine world-class restaurants, an exotic offshore island, luxurious suites and an award-winning spa you’re sure to...
Treasure Cay, Abaco
by Ann Petronio last updated on 07/25/2008
If your honeymoon dream includes powder white sand and turquoise blue water, with some fishing, snorkeling or diving thrown in, then you can’t go wrong with the quiet little Out Islands of the Bahamas...including Abaco. We visited Abaco’s Treasure Cay...
The Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas, is the ultimate family destination resort. I recently had the pleasure of a personal tour of the Atlantis. What an experience! The entire resort is centered around water, water, and more water! From the amazing...
Green Turtle Cay, the Abacos
by Ann Petronio last updated on 07/21/2008
If you can picture yourself sitting on your balcony with a drink in hand watching the sunset over the Sea of Abaco, or laying in a hammock reading a book without another soul in sight (except maybe your new spouse), then you’re halfway to Green Turtle...