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Seeking Bermuda advice, esp. on transportation, for April 29 6 night trip

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We are leaving for Bermuda in 4 weeks (April 29) -- a first trip there.

We have air tkts and have rented a well-reviewed apartment in Warwick, right on the water, on the opposite side of the harbour from Hamilton (and 100 meters from a ferry stop).

Apart from that, we are at square one in our planning.

I'm checking the other Bermuda posts but there are not that many threads...

A primary concern is transportation. I'm told ferries and buses are convenient; we can supplement them with taxis. I have misgivings about scooter rental -- I do not drive.

May I ask, what is Fodorites' best advice about transportation?

I'd like to go out for dinner several evenings and wonder how feasible that would be, if we must rely on public means ot scout out a taxi after dark.

I should mention that my spouse has some heart problems, so a lot of hilly walking (which I'd really like to do) will not be possible. Hence our destinations will be the main tourist sites, plus beach walking on the south-shore beaches.

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