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The Bahamas . By: Nicole. “Forward, Upward, Onward, Together”. Click to Start. 23.9167° N, 77.6667° W. Nassau. Queen’s Staircase 102 foot stair case, the slaves in Bahamas made between 1793-1794. Bay Street very lively, colorful, and welcoming. Best shopping and restaurants in Nassau.

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The bahamas

The Bahamas

By: Nicole

“Forward, Upward, Onward, Together”

Click to Start


23 9167 n 77 6667 w

23.9167° N, 77.6667° W


Nassau

Nassau

  • Queen’s Staircase 102 foot stair case, the slaves in Bahamas made between 1793-1794.

  • Bay Street very lively, colorful, and welcoming. Best shopping and restaurants in Nassau.

  • Pirates of Nassau Museum about the past of the Caribbean Sea; Caribbean known for its pirates (Black Beard).


Paradise island

Paradise Island

  • Atlantis Resort many things to do just at your hotel! Different activities, entertainment, water adventures, and dining.

  • Cabbage Beach really clear water. There’s perfect waves and nice soft sand.

  • Happy Trails Stables enjoy a 1.5 hour trail ride. Trails lead to beautiful beaches where it is nice and calm.


Freeport

Freeport

  • Garden of the Groves a 12 acre garden full of attractions and activities.

  • Peterson Cay a 1.5 acre tiny uninhabited island surrounded by coral reefs can go snorkeling, paddling etc.

  • Dead Man’s Reef named for the vast number of ships that have sunk in that area, nice beaches and boat rides.


Work cited

Work Cited

  • http://www.tripadvisor.ca/Tourism-g147416-Nassau_New_Providence_Island_Bahamas-Vacations.html

  • http://dxing.at-communication.com/en/atlantis-hotel_paradise-island_bahamas_maria-teimurazova/

  • http://www.gogobot.com/nassau-the-bahamas--things_to_do


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