Parliament Square is serenely colorful. Our ship (along with 7 others) disembarked and flooded Nassau. But this was a serene setting at the end of the day.
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Visiting for the first time since 1969 with my daughter who was born in Nassau in 1967,, Parliament Square was exactly as i remember it .The pink walls and contrasting rich green shutters, traditional colonial architecture surround Queen Victoria in the centre. and is the...More
Although there was grounds keeping at he time we were there it was still an interesting sight. It's off of a side street tucked away in the middle of downtown which is $1.25 bus ride from our resort.
its in the top of the hill,you have to walk up the hill in parliament st and you will hit in front of the main entrance of Parliament Square the statue of Christopher Colombus
If you pick up a free copy of the Bahamas Trailblazer Map it has a downtown Nassau city map and list (with photos) of places to see. Using the map it is easy to do a self-guided walking tour of the city that gives you...More
Not much to see just four buildings and a fountain in the middle of the square. It is a major meeting place for taxi, tours and cruise ship guest unload here.
Drove by here after returning from our chartered zoo trip. Our guide gave us some history on the buildings and we were able to get a few photos. I can't say much more.
We were surprised by the friendliness of the people. A barrister came out and spoke to us for a long time. He gave us the history of the island, its people and government.
On our cruise ship stop in Nassau, we decided on a short walk around town. This site is near the cruise ship dock area, easy to walk to and a relief from all of the tourist trap shops. The town needs some touch-up as some...More