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Trip Report Abaco, Bahamas

Just back from Abaco. My first trip there and we really liked it. There were 11 of us in this 40th anniversary party, four were children. We stayed at the Bahama Beach Club on Treasure Cay. The condos were nicer than they looked on the web site. We were very pleased. We had two, 3-bedroom, 3-bath condos. In our condo, every bedroom had a flat screen TV. In the other, two of the three bedrooms had TVs and living areas in both had flat screen TVs. They were beautifully decorated and very comfortable. This is a beautiful beach, and great for small children as it is shallow. There is a beach bar restaurant and restaurants within walking distance, but the food wasn't great anywhere. However, the grocery store is adequate and there is a fish market.

You can rent boats with or without a captain. We did have to go out in boats for snorkeling, but it was good.

We also spent 3 days at the Ritz Carlton Club. This is a beautiful property, beautiful beach (although the water wasn't clear like the beach at the Bahama Beach Club), but the service isn't up to the level you would expect yet. We had a cabana room and it had just been redone and was lovely. We toured the 2-bedroom cliff houses and they were fabulous.

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