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Bermuda is a beautiful, exclusive island that I have been lucky enough to visit and so I would like to share with you some info on the Island and the places you need to visit!
Travelling to Bermuda is like stepping back in time about 50 years! Although the currency and location of the Island leads you to believe you are visiting somewhere American the actual fact is this is a British Overseas Territory and is like Britain used to be!
From the road signs and traffic lights looking the same as ours to the shops being closed on Sunday and Marks and Spencer having a store in Hamilton you will feel right at home in Bermuda! If only the weather here was as good as it is in Bermuda.
The main port city of Hamilton has stunning Yachts in the harbour, plenty of shops to spend your money in, lovely parks and plenty of restaurants to spend an evening in. The nightlife in Bermuda is low key and laid back although you will find plenty of places to drink if you fancy it. Be warned though the tipping system in Bermuda is even higher than in the USA and you should expect 20% to be added to your bill in every restaurant.
No visitors are allowed to hire a car in Bermuda but, as it is such a small Island, we found the Island bus service very simple to use. Although, the service is greatly reduced on a Sunday. You can hire a moped to get around if you fancy it or even get a boat from Hamilton to other towns such as the Royal Naval Dockyards.
While in the Dockyard, look out for Cruise ships that dock here, the Maritime museum and a visit to the Glassworks is a must. If you like your Naval history then this is the place to visit.
While on your route around the Island, be it via moped or bus, make sure you stop at the Crystal Caves and the Famous Swizzle Inn pub. Great food, drink and service here means you can spend some hours sat out in the sunshine watching the world go by.
The beaches in Bermuda are world famous for their pink sand and they really are stunning beaches. Most of the hotels have their own private beaches (unless you are in Hamilton) so you can make plenty of time to just do nothing but enjoy the Bermudian sunshine and hospitality.
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