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what is the best way to travel around the island?

Question by Jowel: what is the best way to travel around the island?
1. Going to Grand Bahama with Holiday Cruise Line what is the best way to travel around the island?
2. Traveling on Holiday Cruise Line to Grand Bahama Island should I buy fried Conch from street venders?
3. What is the best Bar for local color in Grand Bahama Island arriving with Holiday Cruise line for 3 days in December?
4. What will the weather be like in January going to Grand Bahama Island with Holiday Cruise Line?

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Answer by Joe C
This is not a US travel question

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Where should 22/23 travel to??

Question by ozzybosox: Where should 22/23 travel to??
My friends and I want to plan a vacation for next march 2008. We are looking for places inside and outside the U.S, warm, best place for singles but not the spring break craziness, preferably all inclusive (I know there isn’t any in the US), any suggestions?

We are 22/23 just looking to go on vacation, get away from the cold(we live in Mass), and someplace that isn’t too expensive.
Thank you very much for the travel information…I will look up the info you suggested…Thanks.

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Answer by MissMo
For cheap, the Bahamas or Bermuda or Dominican Republic or Jamaica (Cancun will be crawling with spring break students in March) – I’m not sure if Boston is one of the hubs for AppleVacations.com or not but there are plenty of other sites (www.CheapCaribbean.com or www.VacMart.com) where the all inclusive resorts are listed, and comparable, easily. You can’t beat their prices!

I’ve stayed at Casa Marina Beach and Reef in Puerta Plata, Dominican Republic – great value from www.vacmart.com – and enjoyed the resort. I’m from Florida so I am very spoiled, having great diving and snorkeling right here, and I found that I would have been bored at the resort if my son hadn’t decided to get certified to dive.

I HIGHLY recommed getting certified to dive while on your holiday, if you have any interest at all.

I was married at Our Lucaya on Grand Bahama Island (Freeport), and that resort was really a treat. It has since changed hands but I understand there is now an all inclusive option that makes it a great value. There is a market/marina area right across the street from the resort, and a casino on site. The weather will be 80 degrees during the day, 70 degrees at night. It’s a fabulous time of year to visit.

The downside to the Bahamas, if you are active, is that there isn’t much culture or sites to visit. You can fish, snorkel, dive, parasail, boat, relax – but that’s the extent of the things to do.

I’ve stayed at the Rui all inclusive on Paradise Island (Nassau), Bahamas and it was great as well. Small pool, but the drinks and food being included really made it very cheap. I think since then (it’s been 3 years) the prices at this place have gone up considerably. The Rui is right next door to Atlantis – the nicest place to stay on the island. If you don’t stay at Atlantis plan to spend the money for a day pass to really enjoy the facility. Again, very few sites to see if you want to tour historical areas!

Jamaica has some ridiculously inexpensive deals, too. Go to Negril to be closest to the tourist sites. I’ve never been, although my sister stayed at “Rooms on the Beach” which was not all inclusive and she was pleased with the location and the hotel.

Cancun is another great, inexpensive option. The weather is usually fantastic and there is a great blend of things to do – all the beach and boating stuff you can do in the Bahamas, plus some interesting day trips to historical sites. If you go, make absolutely sure you buy a pub crawl/booze cruise as you cannot beat the value.

For a quieter vacation, Isla Mujeres off the coast of Cancun has some quaint rental homes and is a quick (10 minute) ferry ride from the Cancun area. There, rent a golf cart to get around the island and make sure to catch the snorkeling on the north end. There is a park, Garafon, that you can spend an entire day, maybe two, enjoying.

Travel sites like www.cheapcaribbean.com or www.vacmart.com will have deals that you can’t come close to beating, unless you are using miles or points. Sign up for the Top 20 Deals at www.travelzoo.com for weekly emails of the best deals to be found for that week.

Good luck, enjoy!

Final – I research my trips at www.tripadvisor.com as many people post honest reviews of not only the hotels but also the tours, region, cuisine.

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