Bermuda

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Lonely Planet, Oct 1, 2000 - Travel - 200 pages
2 Reviews
Where can you follow British afternoon tea with African Gombey dancing? Don Bermuda shorts for business or pleasure? Explore tranquil pink-sand beaches edged with centuries-old shipwrecks? Bermuda has long been a land of paradoxes. From the lowdown on the Bermuda Triangle to the how-tos of helmet diving, this guide is the key to unlocking the island's mysteries.
-- full coverage of places to stay and eat
-- insider tips on Bermudian favorites, from genteel cricket to the best rum swizzle
-- detailed accounts of Bermuda's colorful past and historic attractions
-- 20 user-friendly maps

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Review: Bermuda (Lonely Planet Regional Guide)

User Review  - Debbie - Goodreads

Heather, thanks for the loan of this book. It was very useful, even if it didn't have any pictures ;) Read full review

Review: Bermuda (Lonely Planet Regional Guide)

User Review  - Kathie H - Goodreads

My favorite Bermuda travel book. I love how the Lonely Planet books are written & the quirky tidbits they include (slang of the Rock [Bermuda's nickname], for example). Read full review

Contents

CITY OF HAMILTON
4
FACTS ABOUT BERMUDA
13
FACTS FOR THE VISITOR
32
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Bendure writes for the Cape Cod Times. She is an avid hiker and traveler.

Friary is a photographer, avid hiker and traveler.