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Our Bahamas Getaway~Part 3....Time to Wrap it Up!

OK, so now we are on Monday, and this is our last full day at Atlantis.  On this day we went out early morning again, then got some beach time, some pool time and a little fun at the water park.


These are some more pics from the resort....








This morning we also had a couples massage appointment at Mandara Spa, and it was so relaxing!
I just wish we would've booked this at the beginning of our trip!  Our skin was a little sensitive due to our sunburn, so it would've been more enjoyable at the start of our weekend.
Either way - it was great and I'd definitely do this again.



After our massage we headed back to the beach.





The water was a bit too rough for my taste so I didn't get in.  Hubby, on the other hand, had a great time swimming!





























After some beach time we headed back in to have some lunch by one of the pools





























After lunch we jumped in the pool, which was freezing!! Wow...this water was really, really cold!  I made the best of it by swimming around, but eventually we had enough and headed to the water park.




A few more rides to wrap up our awesome weekend!!



Back in our rooms to get ready for dinner.



We had no reservations this night, so we just went out to look for a spot to eat!  We went over to the Harborside to check out the Point Restaurant.  We ordered drinks but that was all we could take - it was too cold to sit there.  They had the area covered, but this place would be better in the warmer months when it is all open.  So, back to Atlantis we went and headed towards the Marketplace where we decided to eat at Carmine's.  Italian food never fails - everything was delicious!


This was our last night at The Atlantis. 

My last post on this getaway will be how we spent our travel day....Yes, I did try to squeeze as much of Atlantis as I could - LOL!!
More pics to come!

















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