Bermuda 3 days in January

Dec 17th, 2009, 09:10 AM
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Bermuda 3 days in January

Friends running in Bermuda Challenge..will be by myself a lot and love to explore. enjoy local culture, art, music and hangouts.....suggestions?
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Dec 17th, 2009, 12:42 PM
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Walk the Bermuda Railway Trail
Visit at least one of the forts
Spend part of a day in St. Georges
Take the ferry from Hamilton to Dockyard
Visit the Arts Center
Walk the Botanical Gardens
Sit, relax, and look at the water. Bermuda is another world.
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Dec 18th, 2009, 06:57 AM
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Thank you so much. Eventhough I have traveled quite a bit it has been awhile and have forgotten the time needed to do real research. Thank you again .... Happy Holidays
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Dec 18th, 2009, 08:31 AM
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I am delighted to help. Txgirlinbda is a regular here and she will probably offer some suggestions, so be sure and check back. I just returned and miss it sooooo much, all I want to do is think Bermuda.

If you will be on a moped I recommend you rent from Elbow Beach Cycles (they will pick you up at your hotel). If not, buy a transportation pass at any post office, the main bus station or the main ferry docks. Easy to get around Bermuda, it isn't very big.

Have a great time! Happy holidays to you as well.
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Dec 19th, 2009, 12:07 PM
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Art -there's usually something at City Hall - big white bldg next to the main bus terminal in Hamilton.
Music - if you're here over the weekends, try LV's Bar and Lounge on Bermudiana Road, they occasionally have piano players. Robin Hood Sports Bar has a casual jam session night on either Sat or Sun evenings as well.
Hangouts - if you're just looking for a place to grab a coffee and watch the world go by, Juice N'Beans on Front St is good.
Where are you staying? You can easily spend several hours wandering Dockyard or St. George's - be sure to take the ferry to Dockyard. Also, the pink route ferry is a cheap boat ride around the harbor - just tell them you're riding round-trip and get a nice look at the Harbor Road homes up close.
Please only rent a scooter if you're already comfortable on a motorbike. Bermuda is great for exploring, but it's not the place to learn to ride.
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