Grape Bay Cottages

Address: Grape Bay Drive, Paget, Bermuda | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on Grape Bay Drive, Paget, is near Fort Hamilton, Paget Marsh, Sessions House, and The Art House Gallery.
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      Travel Blogs from Paget

      "Commencement" : the action of beginning something

      A travel blog entry by heather2014 on Jun 10, 2014

      9 comments, 13 photos

      ... it together and relived our life with him through saved pictures in our online photo library. We cried, we laughed and then cried some more. It was the catharsis we both needed.

      A week later I flew to Durham, NC for Lara's graduation from Duke University. It was to be a 3 day celebration, culminating in the Mother's Day commencement of the Class of 2014. I was filled with all the emotions that every parent feels at times like this. But graduating ...

      The Perfect Cruise

      A travel blog entry by heather2014 on Apr 24, 2014

      9 comments, 26 photos

      ... that literally stopped traffic in our community. He just floated when he walked, his golden fur catching the sun, glistening to create an aura, an ethereal presence. You could never go on a quick walk with Mr Cruise. His adoring public had to have their "Cruise time". He absolutely loved children of all ages and really preferred humans to other dogs. He had adoring fans both in Sarasota, where we moved to for Lara's high ...

      "Bermudiana": The flower & unique island views

      A travel blog entry by heather2014 on Apr 06, 2014

      8 comments, 17 photos

      ... Florida life, I find I have lots of energy left after a mere 8 hours (oh and did I mention an hour lunch break?). Every afternoon I hit the road for home walking most of it on the Railway Trail, safely away from the cars that are navigating the oh so narrow roads at speeds exceeding the posted 35km/h (22mi/h)!!! In 1980 Bermuda, like many towns/cities (Sarasota has the Legacy Trail), converted it's closed railway route into ...

      Beyond the Sea

      A travel blog entry by drtee on May 27, 2013

      3 comments, 2 photos

      May 26

      The return of CNN to our televisions was bittersweet, as it signifies the beginning of the end of our crossing. We're closer to land. I’m looking forward to seeing all the ports, but the crossing is a magical, liminal world in which your only decisions are about what to eat and whether or not to take that nap. You can’t really make many bad decisions on a crossing, and though you know you’re still ...

      Bermuda; Very Different from the Caribbean Islands

      A travel blog entry by dixiej on May 22, 2013

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... emaculate island, a true British gem. It is so amazingly clean and the peoploe are so courteous. They keep a close reign on their island and make sure it is worthy of the tourism so important to its economy. We found so much of what we saw and what we heard amazing.

      First off the temperature year round is in the low 80's to the mid 50's. Very nice slightly breezy days so far. They have only been hit by 2 hurricanes in the ...