When we arrived in Nassau, hubby and I decided that we will explore Atlantis in Paradise Island in Bahamas. It was cloudy that day so; we choose to stay indoor in Atlantis Resort and just wander what's inside this grand hotel. When we left, we went down to Marina Village which is about 65,000 square ft of vibrant and beautiful bazaar.It has five unique restaurants namely Johnny Rockets, Carmine’s, Bimini Road, Café’ Martinique and Seafire Steakhouse. This place has 21 retail outlets and local entertainment such as Quantum, Carlo Milano, Starbucks, and many more. It also has a collection of carts that shows the Bahamian artistry.The 21 boutiques and shops features luxury of fashion and beautiful handmade crafts from local Bahamian artisan. We went to the Village Creamery which is an ice cream parlor and bought some ice cream bar which was truly refreshing. Some stores have more tourists coming in to buy beachwear. This bazaar has stores that sells fine jewelry, watches and clothing to crystal and everything which tourists could possibly be looking for such as Dooney & Bourke, Versace JC, John Bull and Solomon's Sea Treasures.The place is very clean and I seldom see locals except that they are employees of the stablishments. I would surely love to visit this place again sometime.We just follow the way towards the ferry boat. We took a ferry boat ride as we head back to the port in Nassau where our cruise ship, the Norwegian Sky was. If you cruise to Bahamas and Nassau, you should check out Marina Village in Atlantis, Paradise Island. It's only $5 fare (van) and $3 if you choose the ferry boat.
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Thursday, August 9, 2012
Marina Village in Atlantis
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