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Party Bike Pub Crawl in West Palm Beach
"Meet your guide on Rosemary Avenue and start your cycling pub crawl at CityPlace located in downtown West Palm Beach. On the second level of this upscale mixed-use development center that covers several city blocks you’ll find a large number of bars and nightclubs in close proximity to shopping dining and entertainment. Purchase drink tickets for exclusive discounts at some of the most popular bars and restaurants (own expense). Aboard your 15-seat party bike also known as a pedibus you'll travel to three restaurants or bars to buy drinks (own expense) and mingle for a bit. During the ride to each stop
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Party Bike Pub Crawl in West Palm Beach
"Meet your guide on Rosemary Avenue and start your cycling pub crawl at CityPlace located in downtown West Palm Beach. On the second level of this upscale mixed-use development center that covers several city blocks you’ll find a large number of bars and nightclubs in close proximity to shopping dining and entertainment. Purchase drink tickets for exclusive discounts at some of the most popular bars and restaurants (own expense). Aboard your 15-seat party bike also known as a pedibus you'll travel to three restaurants or bars to buy drinks (own expense) and mingle for a bit. During the ride to each stop
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CraigCat Rental in Riviera Beach Marina
"Choose the perfect day and time to take the CraigCat for a spin. Then go to Blue Water Boat Rental located at 200 East 13th Street. Meet the friendly and accommodating staff who will show you to your boat. Get yourself ready for a fun time on the water and head into the beautiful water to begin your CraigCat rental. As you are gliding thr enjoy the maneuverability of the CraigCat. Soak in the sun and take in the gorgeous views of the shoreline while riding through Riviera Beach Marina. Have fun on the water with either a 1-hour or 2-hour CraigCat rental.18 years and o"""Explore the water on this compact catamaran for 2 the CraigCat. Rent your own CraigCat for 1 hour and sail around the beautiful water of Florida. Enjoy an exciting adventure on the CraigCat."
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The International Bazaar Tips (3)

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The International Bazaar is one place to go. You can find island made handcrafts (bongs a plenty, steel drums, wood carvings, etc) and you can find your basic souvenirs. There is a lot to do and see in this area and you could easily spend an afternoon here.

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eschroeder12
Aug 05, 2015

Severely damaged by a hurricane

As of June 2009 The International Bazaar is pretty much dead, just a handful of stores is open, nobody is there, walking around the place is depressing but perhaps somewhat educational as to what damage a hurricane (I think it was Wilma) can do. Structures are damaged, broken, looked quite dangerous. Do not waste your time, not until they re-build which I didn't see happenning. Two big hotels and casino around the bazaar are damaged and closed as well.

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Irina80
Jul 02, 2009

The International Bazaar

The International Bazaar opened in 1967 and was designed by a motion picture special effects expert from California. It is a 10-acre complex divided into sections representing different parts of the world and has 90 Shops, 13 Restaurants, and 6 Snack/ice Cream Stores in it.

On January 1, 1992, the Government of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas abolished import duties on 11 categories of items (Perfumes and Fragrances, Crystal, Leather Goods, Jewelry, Fine Linens and Tablecloths, Watches and Clocks, Photographic Equipment, China, Binoculars, and Telescopes). You can find saving of between 25% - 50% below US prices on many of these items.

Even if you aren't a shopper, this is a nice area to stroll around through and enjoy the flower covered brightly painted buildings and cool air conditioned shops. You may even be lucky enough to be there when an outdoor band is playing by one of the restuarants, like we were.

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Beaches

Beaches on the south side of the island are the prettiest, Coral beach which is accessible by Coral road is amazing, that's where Sheraton and Westin are located, Taino beach is kind of like a public...
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Swim/Scuba/snorkel

The signature dive on Grand Bahama Island is a dive with Carribean Reef sharks. They are fed and handled by an expert shark guide while divers kneel and observe. We were absolutely surrounded by...
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Port Lucaya

Port Lucaya is the more vibrant part of Grand Bahama Island for tourists. This is where you'll find restaurants, bars, and shops that tend to stay open later. There are also at least 5-6 hotels right...
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In the town of Freeport.

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