Pink Beach Club & Cottages

Address: 116 South Shore Road, Tucker's Town, HS01, Bermuda | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort, located on 116 South Shore Road, Tucker's Town, is near Masterworks Foundation, Botanical Gardens, Bermuda Glass Blowing Studio, and Visitors Service Bureau.
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      Travel Blogs from Tucker's Town

      The Last Day

      A travel blog entry by chase23 on Apr 16, 2014

      3 photos

      Got up early-ish, breakfasted and then took the bikes back to the shop. Our landlords had kindly allowed us to stay as long as we wanted on the last day, which was great as our flight was not until 20:15. Lazed by the pool most of the morning; did some email and finished packing - we had done most of the packing the evening ...

      Sea Days

      A travel blog entry by drtee on May 19, 2013

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... Charlie from Delaware, and I sat and chatted with them. I met Nita and Barry, a brother and sister, and I recruited Nita and possibly Barry for trivia. They’re both engineers, or used to be.

      We moved our clocks up an hour at noon. We’ll be doing that several times as we cross.

      I had a good lunch with Jodie and Charlie and also Tom of Wilkes-Barre. We talked about TV shows. Tom wasn’t up on our favorites like ...

      Half term would be better if it were half the time

      A travel blog entry by katymaughan on Oct 26, 2012

      ... of the crime of being a nag and a gossip - it's probably a pretty good job that ducking is not still the punishment for THAT crime - i know that i would frequently get a ducking if it were...........
      Instead of spending all Monday doing touristy activities i spent the afternoon stuffing envelopes for the St George's Foundation - i got three free books, a cup of tea and a bottle of water, a Dove chocolate bar and a feeling of worthiness out of ...

      Time to relax and explore

      A travel blog entry by ginatapper on Dec 26, 2011

      5 photos

      ... To ease ourselves into vacation mode we decided to take a Tour Train through St. George's. The tour was offered by the resort so the train picked us up right outside our door. It was a great way to see the island and make plans for the things we wanted to do before we leave.

      The Grotto Bay Beach Resort sits on a lush tropical estate along the waters edge in
      Bailey's Bay. Scattered over the large ...

      Too close to being done

      A travel blog entry by livin_the_dream on Jun 09, 2011

      3 photos

      ... on tourism. Today I went to Hamilton, the capital and then on to the Naval Dockyard which is way out on the end of the island. There was a cruise ship in Hamilton and two out at the dockyard. They dwarf everything. The one in Hamilton was gone by 12:45 and the other two left between 4 and 5pm and then it was so quiet. If they are only in for the morning or just the day, they don’t have time to see very much if they use the local buses. It took me 2 ...