We were on board the Norwegian Sky Cruise Ship for 4-days and as we approached the Port of Nassau Bahamas, we were excited to finally explore the beach, the Atlantis and the surrounding areas near it. We noticed this colorful building which is so vibrant showing the Bahamian architectural design, the Festival Place. I took these pictures from the ship before we went down to explore Nassau.This building is the Welcome Center in Nassau Port. When we went to Festival Place, the first thing I noticed was the blue and clean water as we walked towards the building. Then I was amazed to find that the whole area got is a WiFi zone. Inside, there were display of Bahamian souvenirs and crafts. We stayed a bit longer inside Festival Place and look around. Then, went across the Port and there were display of native products on the sidewalk. As you can see, the place is really clean. Going around Nassau, you can choose between a van or a motorcycle.We chose the van with $5/person fare and when we go back, we took a boat ride that cost only $3. Anyway, Festival Place is a good spot to use the FREE wi-fi in the area. This place is a delightful area especially for the employees of the Norwegian Sky because they can access the FREE Wi-Fi. I had a good time! Bahamas is truly a paradise island and YOU should find a schedule to visit this place.
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