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three days in bermuda

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We will have three days in bermuda in may when we cruise there. Looking for suggestiions on how best to spend our time. We arrive at 8.30 one day, have all of that day, the following day, and then the third day we sail at five. Since we will dock at kings wharf i'm thinking we will do the dockyards the last day. We plan to rent scooters at least one day..we both ride motorcycles so will be comfortable on the scooters and like the idea of how much freedom they will give us. We'd like to get away from the crowds if we can, get a feel for the island amd find a secluded beach, although i'm not sure if the water will be warm enough to swim. I'm originally from england and would enjoy traditional afternoon tea somewhere...but nothing too upscale or my dh won't participate. Was also thinking we should visit gibbs lighthouse, and possibly hike a little. Shopping is not on our hit list. Suggeestions for a casual place for lunch and somewhere for a couple of drinks would be very welcome.
Thanks..i'm sure the fodors crowd willl have some great ideas for us...you're always so helpful. Let me know if you need more inco. Oh, we are a married couple in our forties...when we travel we like to do our own thing, have something of a limited budget and tend to enjoy laid back rather than fancier more upscale places. Sorry this is so long, but from reading other posts i believe more detail makes it easier for you to help me.

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