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, Visitors Service Bureau, and Bermuda Glass Blowing Studio.
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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 ...

    Bermuda; Very Different from the Caribbean Islands

    A travel blog entry by dixiej on May 22, 2013

    1 comment, 16 photos

    Just 2 hours by flight from the Carolina's and 3 hours from New York City, lies the island group that makes up Bermuda. The main island actually consistes of 7 islands connected by bridges but there are actually 180 islands known as Bermuda. Some are large enough to have a mansion and others are simple rock formations jutting out of the sea. Bermuda was made by volcanic eruption. Originally discovered by the Portuguese in the 1500's, it ...

    Let's Sail!!

    A travel blog entry by jonathanbaumber on May 15, 2013

    5 comments, 2 photos

    ... are the autopilot (George) and Hydrovane Mildred). Well, within 48hrs of leaving the BVIs MIldred realised that we weren't listening to her when she was trying to help, decided to ease her mounting bolts on the stern and therefore had to be switched off before she thew a complete wobbly and jumped ship! This left George who became a close friend during the night with his helming skills and only occasional deep carve to correct the influence of an unknown sideswiping wave ...

    Bays of Bermuda

    A travel blog entry by buonviaggi on Sep 27, 2012

    43 photos

    ... took prepare and haul around our heavy chests of food paid off.

    Where else could a person hop on a plane from the East Coast and in less than two hours be in paradise? The islands of Bermuda, as seen from the plane making it's final descent into L.F. Wade International, sits in the Atlantic like a necklace of sapphire studded gems. I never tire of looking down on those islands, nestled in the varying shades ...

    Non Mariners Race

    A travel blog entry by lorrainemewett on Aug 01, 2011

    1 photo

    ... all the other boats that had arrived before us we proceeded to open the first bottle of wine. We were no sooner there than the boys disappeared to explore on the tube with a pair of oars.

    The sun was shining the wine was chilled life was good!

    Chris and his friend Ruskin entered a "non-noodle" race where they had to swim a course with a noodle between their legs. Ruskin is on a swim team so could have easily won but he waited and crossed the ...