Museums and monuments get top priority from many travelers. But for some of us, there's something equally fascinating about visiting houses of worship, even when they represent beliefs that aren't our own.
Enough talk about drifting cruise ships with overflowing toilets -- that's cruising's rare dark side. On the other hand, how about a four-story waterslide, lots of kids' programming and a private island?
Bimini is a tiny land of simple pleasures. "Swim, eat, drink, work, read, talk, read, fish, fish, swim, drink, sleep." That's Bimini, summed up by a character in Ernest Hemingway's novel "Islands in the Stream."
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