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Tourist In Your Own Town: Pembroke
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Tourist In Your Own Town: Pembroke

Though much of Pembroke is taken up by Hamilton City, it has much more to offer than just shopping! Revisit Pembroke parish and have a look at our top picks for places to visit! Admiralty HouseAdmiralty house is one of the few parks outside of bustling Hamilton City in Pembroke. The city parks like Par La Ville and Queen Elizabeth are quaint oases for a lunch break perhaps, but are too small to really get lost in. Admiralty House, just…


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Eat Like a Local in Smith’s Parish

Smith’s Parish, home to treasures like Spittal Pond, Verdmont, and Devil’s Hole, hosts a cornucopia of choice for eating out. Here are some of our favorites.   Speciality InnThis local diner at Collector’s Hill can seemingly do no wrong. With…


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Places to Discover: Carter House

Originally called Southside House, Carter House is believed to be one of the oldest vernacular farmhouses not only in St David’s but also in all of Bermuda. It has survived largely in its original structure and form for over three…


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8 Movies Filmed in Bermuda

As anyone who has ever visited Bermuda's shores knows, our island is an idyllic place. In fact, for centuries poets and novelists have used Bermuda as the setting for major works, including poetry by Mark Twain, William Shakespeare's The Tempest…


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Women in Sport from Way Back When

Women having been conquering tennis courts, running marathons and hitting home runs in Bermuda since the very beginning. Tennis players at Clermont in 1888 In July 1953, Mrs. S. Apicella boated this 42lb wahoo after an half hour battle. World…

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How to Explore the South Shore Like a Naturalist

The South Shore beaches aren’t just good for sunbathing and swimming! They are Bermuda’s most exposed shore – beyond the boiler reefs, there is only the open Sargasso Sea! This proximity to the open ocean is what allows humpback whales…