en route to Atlantis, Paradise Island {Bahamas}

Today is the day! Our long awaited trip back to the Atlantis has finally arrived. We are currently en route to Atlantis on Paradise Island in the Bahamas and we couldn’t be more excited!


This will actually be our 4th time there – the first two times we stayed in the Royal Towers & last time we stayed in at The Cove, which was brand spankin’ new at the time. I am so excited to go back to The Cove, it was so gorgeous during our last stay.


I love exploring all the fun aquariums throughout the resort, the great dining options are amazing & I see myself spending quite a lot of time on the lazy river.

Lazy rivers are my jam.

Charles is looking forward to golfing on the #8 Resort Course in North America and the Caribbean {by Golf Digest Magazine} and spending some time in the casinos!

My man likes blackjack!

atlantis h20

I hope the weather turns out to be nice – I am seeing conflicting reports about potential rain & sunshine so let’s all hope for the sun, ‘mkay? I also hope the view from our room is as awesome as the view we had last time, you just can’t beat waking up to this:

from the room

Or this:
atlantis views

I will try to check in throughout the weekend to share with you how our trip has been!

Cross your fingers for blue skies & sunshine!

beach me

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  • Reply Patty O February 28, 2013 at 6:54 pm

    So jealous – but hoping you have lots of sunshine and blue skies! Enjoy your time away from Philly!

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  • Reply Olen Priesmeyer May 12, 2013 at 7:35 am

    Open golf tournaments, such as the U.S. Open, are held to try and give amateurs the chance to break into the field of professional golf. Golfers participate in a series of smaller tournaments to qualify for the Open where they proceed to the big tournament where they compete against professionals. The last amateur to win a U.S. Open was back in 1933.:’

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