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Downtown Nassau was pretty nice. Despite suggestions that Nassau was dangerous, it is no more so than any business district in any American, Canadian, or European city. Businesses want tourist money, and the area is geared towards foreigners. There is a very strong police presence,...More
We used Rawson Square primarily as a thoroughfare from Woodes Rogers Walk and Prince George Wharf where all the cruise ships dock in Nassau, and Bay Street with it's many shops and restaurants, and Parliament Square (the historical/Government section), which is pretty much directly across...More
Nice little shaded area away from the hustle and bustle of Bay Street. We grabbed some drinks, and stopped here to relax and cool off. Pretty much the only place where no one is trying to sell you something or braid your hair.
An obvious place to stroll through as one walks towards Parliament Square.
There is green planting that provides shade and plenty of green coloured wooden bench seating, which is ideal for taking a break.
The Churchill building is named for Winston Churchill and there is...More
My family and I visited Nassau as a stop on our cruise. Some of the historic sights are great, but if you take a break and sit on the benches in the square, you are bombarded with locals trying to sell you stuff. They are...More