Bermuda Architecture at The Royal Naval Dockyard

If any of you live on the east coast, Bermuda is only about a 2 1/2 hour flight from international airports. It’s quick and easy to get to and a special place to jot down on your bucket list.

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In the town of Hamilton, we jumped on a ferry to visit the Royal Naval Dockyard. Below are photos of our visit–we visited off-season and had the entire place to ourselves.

Yes, Bermuda is an expensive place to visit but well worth it. The one thing you’ll save on is a rental car–they’re not allowed.

Bermuda is pristine, the color of the water is stunning, the white sand beaches are the consistency of talcum powder, and the history combined with the architecture is a big bonus.

TIP: Bermuda’s main mode of transportation for tourists and residents is motor scooters. I would never rent one again, ever! They’re dangerous. While we were exploring on our rented scooter, we came upon a horrific accident. Scooter accidents are not uncommon. A safe and secure way to see all of Bermuda is on their pretty pink buses. They stop everywhere, it’s easy and convenient to use them, and most importantly, a worry-free experience.

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Ask me Bermuda travel questions: sue@brickhouse319.com

 

 

 

 

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