Pretty standard center town square. They were celebrating the Bahamas independence while we were there, so everything was decorated with flags and banners. This is basically where you end up when exiting the cruise pier, so its pretty busy during the day but much calmer at night.
Area has local police, guard etc. Historical area for anyone wanted to learn about Bahamas history. Area also has store to purchase liquor, souvenirs, clothes, jewelry it a shopping heaven.
There are these horse carriage rides that you can take around Nassau and the horses were clearly abused. They were skinny and they had cuts and they were miserable. Seeing these horses wrecked my trip. I went to see were they were staying and it was a small paddock in a ghetto alley. There was no food or anything. This... 更多
We enjoyed seeing the grounds of the government building and the library. Nice to experience a capital building you can walk right up to and get a feel of the area.
We took the Paradise Sightseeing tour in Nassau when our cruise ship ported there. Julian was our tour guide and while passing by we saw the police standing in formation which is something they do every morning to get their orders. They were all respectful and professional and you can tell the difference between the higher ranking officers by their... 更多
Parliament Square was a nice visit. We stood on the opposite side of the road and took some great pictures. We thought the buildings were pleasant to look at. Every time we go to the Bahamas we swing by the square.
This attraction is nice to spend a few minutes to take some pictures of the local government. Since it became independent from the British, this square is very important to the local people.