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Hamilton

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Flatt's Village

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Saint David's Island

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Spittal Pond

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Somerset

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2,16,1

Hamilton

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  • # 4 Bird Cage

    Hamilton Things to Do

    The fourth place on a walking tour of Hamilton is this - the most photographed sight in Bermuda-the Birdcage. I saw a police officer in the birdcage in 1963 and failed to take a picture. Since then - until 2013, the birdcage has always been empty when we've been near there, so I have never been able to get a photo of the police officer directing...

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  • Royal Palms Hotel

    Hamilton Hotels

    24 Rosemont Ave, Hamilton, HM06, Caribbean

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • The Spot

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hamilton Restaurants

    Being that the Bermudian people must be some of the most friendly people in the world, it is easy to strike up a conversation with almost anyone, anywhere. And so after a friendly and lengthy conversation with a postal clerk, we asked her opinion for a good place to have lunch. Without hesitation she recommended "The Spot" only a short walk away...

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Flatt's Village

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    Flatt's Village Things to Do

    I went to the aquarium the first time I came to Bermuda, and we went back in 1995 and again in 2004. This is one good way to see native animals and sea life. The aquarium is right on multiple bus routes (either the 10 or 11 from Hamilton) and after you visit, you can continue on to St. George. Open daily, except Christmas Day, 9 am to 5 pm. Last...

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  • Four Star Pizza

    Flatt's Village Restaurants

    There were five locations of Four Star Pizza in Bermuda. One of them still remaining is in Flatts Village. (The others were Hamilton, St. George (the newest), Warwick and Somerset) From Airport Bus stop to Brighton Hill Flatts will service all areas East of: Brighton Hill from South Road to Middle Road, Middle Road to Parson's Lane to Barkers...

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  • Pink School Bus

    Flatt's Village Local Customs

    If you ride the local buses around 3-4 o'clock, you will see that Bermuda uses these buses as school buses. Some runs are only for school children (who wear uniforms) but most are just regular buses. Almost every time we've stopped in Flatts Village, we've seen school kids getting on the bus. I was amused to see that the kids at one stop were...

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Saint David's Island

  • LIghthouse

    Saint David's Island Things to Do

    St. Davids is one of two main lighthouses on Bermuda. It is the one most visible when you come in on a cruise ship. It is still active. Finished after three years in1879. the tower also carries flashing red and green lights that cover nearby shoals. It is an octagonal limestone tower with lantern and double gallery; It has a 2nd order Fresnel lens....

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  • Bus

    Saint David's Island Transportation

    Saint Davids island is part of St. George's Parish, but it is fairly isolated. I wanted to see the lighthouse, but there is only one bus route #6 serving St. Davids. It starts from St George's Town for St Davids and goes back. The service is quite infrequent and the timing varies. All trips enter St. David’s via Southside Road and exit via St....

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  • Saint David's LIghthouse

    Saint David's Island Things to Do

    St. Davids is one of two main lighthouses on Bermuda. It is the one most visible when you come in on a cruise ship. It is still active. Finished after three years in1879. the tower also carries flashing red and green lights that cover nearby shoals. It is an octagonal limestone tower with lantern and double gallery; It has a 2nd order Fresnel lens....

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Spittal Pond

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  • Guided Tour

    Spittal Pond Things to Do

    We went to Spittal Pond for the 1 pm Friday tour. We saw Jeffrey's Hole, a cave named for an escaped slave who supposedly hid out here for several weeks with his girl friend bringing him food. We could look down from the bluffs to see parrot fish swimming below. We saw plants such as Palmetto: formerly used as thatch for roofs, baskets, hats, and...

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  • Bus schedules

    Spittal Pond Warnings and Dangers

    The bus routes (Bus: 1) near here only have a bus about every 45 minutes at the end of the afternoon, so watch your time. Follow steep Knapton Hill Road west to South Road, turning at the sign for Spittal Pond

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  • National Trust Reserve

    Spittal Pond Favorites

    Spittal Pond park is 64 acres in size. 30 of the acres are owned by the National Trust (mainly fenced-in areas off limits to the public or the bird nature or sanctuary reserve proper). One section is privately owned with 3 houses on it. The origin of the name "Spittal" is obscure: it may mean "hospital for the poor and lower class people or for...

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Somerset

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  • Somerset Bridge

    Somerset Things to Do

    Somerset Bridge is a small bridge in Bermuda which connectsSomerset Island with the mainland in the western parish of Sandys, Somerset Bridge is billed as the smallest working drawbridge in the world It is only wide enough for a mast to pass through and then only if there are no stays other than for and aft. We've been here in 1963, 1995, 2004,...

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  • Cambridge Beaches

    Somerset Hotels

    30 Kings Point Road, MA 02, Sandys, Bermuda, Caribbean

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars

  • Sandy's Rectory (Bridge House)

    Somerset Off The Beaten Path

    Next to the Somerset Bridge is Sandy's Rectory which was built about 1740 by Chief Justice John Tucker. The historical record says: "Tradition has it that artisans were brought from England. A fanlight above the folding doors between the two parlours is said to have been copied from the embroidered design of Miss Kitty Tucker's petticoat, the...

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