Bermuda

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Lonely Planet, 1997 - Bermuda Islands - 171 pages
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Nearly 600 miles from its nearest neighbor, Bermuda is among the more isolated island groups on earth. Inspiring tales of intrigue and romance, from the 'Tempest To The Deep, ' visitors will delight in the islands' rich evocative lore. An oasis of pastel cottages and gentle landscapes, the vibrant blend of British and African heritage creates an atmosphere that is uniquely Bermudian. From shipwreck diving to seeking out the best rum swizzle, this comprehensive guide tells all you'll need to know to make the most of your visit.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
9
Geography Geology
18
FACTS FOR THE VISITOR
29
Books
36
GETTING THERE AWAY
57
GETTING AROUND
64
OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
70
CITY OF HAMILTON
81
PEMBROKE PARISH
96
ST GEORGES PARISH
103
Town of St George 103 Fort George 110 Bermuda Biological Station
113
Verdmont Museum 123 John Smiths Bay 125 Places to Eat
126
Activities 134 Getting Around
139
Gibbs Hill Lighthouse 146 West Whale Bay 148 Places to Eat
151
Scaur Hill Fort Park 155 Activities 159 Activities
164
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About the author (1997)

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

Friary is a photographer, avid hiker and traveler.

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