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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDawkin's Manor Paget
This is a last resort here on Bermuda. If you go in the common area, there is a dog that will try to attack you. You can knock at the front door and the lady has to take five minutes to lock up the dog to make sure it won't bite you. It's a private residence where the staff live. They do not know the bus times. I asked if I could change rooms bc of the dog and they just stared at me and said I had to wait for the owner to get back. The owner didn't get back for 5 hours and they said they would not call her unless I put $10 credit on her phone. After this, the next day they asked me to leave and said I could not store my bags here. Bad service
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... on my walks!
Another sure sign summer is upon us is the sound of the whistling tree frog heard all around the island. They are not native to the island but were introduced here in the late 1800's and have become part of the Bermudian culture. When the evening temperature stays at 68F or higher the frogs climb out of their daytime damp spots and climb trees. The males are the ones making the noise to attract females, repeating their two tone whistle call ...
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Home for us at that time was a ...
... that were special to her. The sun shone on her week, and every day I was able to share in the excitement of her visit through the day's photos. I cannot remember when I last saw Lara so happy. People have said the same about me! You see, Bermuda has that effect on you!
Too quickly she was boarding the plane back to NC. I will see her in May at Duke for her graduation! Next blog entry will tell of that momentous moment ...
... docks even have an entire area where you can park your scooter for your entire stay. We were warned not to rent one as traffic is bad and its left side drive. It would have been ideal if you ask me, if I could step down enough to save myself of course!
Some fun facts:
- Gas is over $8 a gallon
- Lobster can only be caught and served during months that have an R in them
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