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I did search back a few pages I promise!

Allure diverted and screwed up our itinerary. (Like a lot of folks! LOL) So we're headed to Nassau.

Just my wife and I ... looking for a nice beach to spend some time on...a drink or two and maybe restaurants nearby.  She likes to shop.

Not a fan of taxi's if I can avoid it.. don't mind walking if it's safe. I'm 60 so water parks not really my thing! 

Any Recommendations? I'm really open for anything you enjoyed.   If it's a casual way to spend the day and no hassle... I'm in!

I'm not that rich so Atlantis kinda scares me... LOL!

TIA

Don

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You won't find many beatings on this message board.  Nice people here. 😊

Nearby the British Colonial you'll also find the Straw Market, which is fun to walk through, there's a (free??) beach called Junkanoo Beach (but I've never been) and a little further down is the Jetline Simulator.  One of the coolest and most unique things to do in Nassau.   All within easy walking of the ship along the same strip.

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Is it poor message board etiquette to comment on an old thread rather than start a new one? 🤔

I searched Nassau (you can imagine the number of results), and "things to do in Nassau"  and found a blog post that I couldn't comment on, ended up here. 🙂

Being docked for 13 hours in Nassau I plan to spend the majority of my day on the ship (nothing against Nassau, this is just a quick weekend getaway and trying to show to DH it's possible to do weekend getaways without breaking the bank, he isn't going this trip), but would like to grab a local meal in Nassau at some point during the day. If it were a beach day I'd go to the Hilton as you all recommend but plan to spend the  majority of the day on board, with the exception of a local meal.

 

Does anyone have any restaurant recommendations for a local eatery in Nassau (can be breakfast lunch or dinner)? I am a big coffee drinker and would like something unique to Nassau, fun bars aren't a goal in this case. I'm most likely going solo if that affects the recommendation.

TIA

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I haven't been to Nassau on a cruise, but my husband's friend from college lives there.  When my husband visited, they always went to the Poop Deck.  I haven't been in years, but the last time we visited, we also ate there-fun atmosphere, but I don't really remember whether the food was good or not-sorry.  The cocktails were!  And I do remember that the food was local.

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3 hours ago, Fairlynew said:

I haven't been to Nassau on a cruise, but my husband's friend from college lives there.  When my husband visited, they always went to the Poop Deck.  I haven't been in years, but the last time we visited, we also ate there-fun atmosphere, but I don't really remember whether the food was good or not-sorry.  The cocktails were!  And I do remember that the food was local.

Well that's an unfortunate name for a restaurant 😝 Thanks for sharing the tip! Maybe I'll discover the story around the name while I'm there, surely there's a story.

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