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Eat Like a Local in Somerset

Many tout the City of Hamilton as the home of all the best eateries in Bermuda, however, we'd argue that you will find authentic Bermudian cuisine and dining experiences in Somerset, where tourists and locals enjoy digging in. Here are a few of our favourites.    Woody's – Woody's in Somerset village is one of the only restaurants on the island that you can arrive by boat. Long days on the water, salty and wind-blown, are best ended at this…


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Virtual Tourist In Your Own Town: A Visit to St. George

Bermuda’s first capital was deserted almost overnight when Hamilton became the hub for government, trade, and mariners in the early 1800s. As a result, much of the Town of St. George is frozen in time and provides an incredible portal…


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23 Places that Keep the Spirit of Bermuda Alive

How many of these places and spaces have you visited? If there are any you've yet to explore, put them on your Bermuda bucket list and plan to visit them soon.    1. National Museum of Bermuda With five centuries…


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For the Love of Lobsters

How can a creature that abounds in the seas to our south, and even more so in Australasia and Southern Africa, somehow feel unique to Bermuda? How can the same creature, that is not even born here, become a highly…


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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, also hosts a cornucopia of choice for eating out. Here are some of our favourites.   Specialty Inn This local diner at Collector’s Hill can seemingly do no…

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7 Vintage Images You’ve Likely Never Seen Before

Can you identify all the Bermudian places featured in these photographs?