One of the first tourist attractions you'll come across or hear about anywhere in the Bahamian Islands is the straw ... More
One of the first tourist attractions you'll come across or hear about anywhere in the Bahamian Islands is the straw market. The one on Bay Street is enormous, busy and central. In fact, it is the heart of the downtown shopping district. Just about anything that can be woven with straw can be found here. Dolls, hats, handbags, place mats and other home items are for sale, and they're cheap. In addition, vendors hawk T-shirts, dresses, jewelry, wooden carvings and other souvenir items. 'Haggling' is acceptable here, so if you think you can get a deal, go for it.
Great shopping, Original handmade merchandise,they will personalize, good quality. Freindly merchants. Good designer knock offs. The market is adjacent to Paradise Island ferry($3.00)Takes 20 minutes. Do not take taxi ($20.00)
This 14th Century French stone monastery was brought over brick by brick to Paradise Island during the 1920s by newspaper
magnate William Randolph Hearst. Years later, grocery store heir Huntington Hartford had the site rebuilt at the current location ...
With a convenient Paradise Island location and a lush garden setting, this complex is appropriate for honeymooners, families or escapists.
Accommodations are spacious, attractive and airy, and the atmosphere—especially around the pool area—is lovely and tranquil. Several one , ...
The Atlantis Hotel nestles in environs that are lush and beautiful. With an indulgent spa, and multi cuisine restaurants and
casino of its own, Atlantis Hotel guarantees an unforgettable experience. It is not only a perfect holiday destination but ...