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More Things We Miss About Bermuda!

Are there others we can add to the list?   The Forty Thieves This iconic Hamilton club was at its most popular in the 60s. Run by Terry Brannon, it was one of the first clubs to be open to both blacks and whites as the island was still suffering through the effects of racial discrimination. The club was on Front Street East, near where the Supermart stands today. It had a huge circular bar, and was painted in an…


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Tourist In Your Own Town: Fun for All Ages!

Get out of the house this weekend and dedicate yourself to exploring parts of Bermuda you don't know. The Unfinished Church, the BUEI and Cambridge Beaches are three great spots that anyone of any age will enjoy exploring and learning…


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Best Summer Ever: Sounds Like Summer!

Where to go for music and fun to dance, sing and sip the night away all summer long + your ultimate 2022 summer playlist Whether you are looking for soft sounds by the beach, a rocking night in town or…


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Bermuda’s Most Iconic Wrecks and the Things They Left Behind

Often referred to as the shipwreck capital of the world, the reefs surrounding our island have netted some 300 vessels over the centuries and contrary to popular belief, you don't have to be a diver to experience them first hand.…


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Into the Ocean: St. Catherine’s Beach

For many years this beach was private, used by visitors staying at a nearby hotel, now demolished. But these days, we’re happy to say, it is open to the public. However, it still has a private feel to it since,…

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A Day in St. George for Just $29

A day out in the Old Town doesn't have to cost a fortune. Adhere to our suggestions and you'll enjoy a full day of sightseeing (with a delicious lunch too!) for just $29. Learn About Religious History at St. Peter's…