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Tourist in Your Own Town: The East End

Reacquaint yourself with the east end this weekend by taking in the history and nostalgia synonymous with the Town of St. George before having a swizzle at the Swizzle.   1. Have a Swizzle at the Swizzle Inn Number-one competitor of the Dark ‘n’ Stormy, the rum swizzle was invented in the mid-eighteenth century as a way for locals to enjoy a tipple, forget their identity and take the following day off work. More than 200 years later, Bermudians quaff the drink for the exact same reasons. Although most locals have their own ...

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6 Questions Every Bermudian Has Been Asked

No matter where a Bermudian may travel to, the questions one receives from strangers are often the same. While it can get frustrating at times to dodge seemingly endless questions about the Bermuda Triangle, there is relief in knowing that the i...

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The Dark ‘n Stormy

The Dark ’n Stormy is the inexorable concoction of Bermuda’s British history, a literal fusion of our merchant and naval traditions. That it is today one of only four internationally trademarked cocktails further reflects Bermudians’ entre...

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Tourist in Your Own Town: 4 Museums Worth Celebrating

This weekend, make it your mission to learn more about history, Bermuda's ecology and art with stops at these four museums and galleries.   Natural History Museum at BAMZ You might visit the Bermuda Aquarium Museum and Zoo with your ...

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Through the Camera of James B. Heyl

From 1868 to 1897, photographer James B. Heyl traveled the island, capturing still images of Bermuda and her people. Included in the collection of images were photos of buildings, churches, roadways, streets and sailboats, all of which combined ...

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The History of Bermuda Onions

Agriculture had never been an important industry for Bermudians until the 1850s. Before then, settlers were simply trying to survive, tending to a modest amount of crops and livestock in order to transform the barren island into a thriving metro...