St. George, Bermuda
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6 Rose Hill, St. George, Bermuda
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... ist die Gegend in der ab und zu Flugzeuge und Schiffe auf mysteriöse Weise verschwinden. Wir sind aber noch da, denken wir jedenfalls. Bermuda sollte uns als Ort dienen, an dem wir uns von den Strapazen der Reise etwas erholen können. Deshalb hatten wir ...
1513NM It´s been an uneasy night tonight. After sunset the wind died and the sails were flapping (which puts them in danger of ripping) I had to direct her straight into the waves which meant heading north east. We dont want to head very far north ...
... visible from deck and at 2:30 we were being guided by a pilot through the narrow channel in the reef that surrounds Bermuda and into St George on the northern most island. The ocean changed, as we neared the island, from a deep blue to a bright turquoise ...
... me after that display. I got out onto the road, though, and it was mine. I started with a circuit of the back roads beyond St George, to get used to it before trying anywhere with traffic and after a couple runs around the end of the island I was feeling ...
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Princess St, St. George, St. George's, Bermuda
Oldest stone building in Bermuda, made famous for its yearly Rent Payment Ceremony, featuring a 17-gun salute and a horse drawn carriage: who knew paying the rent could be this much fun?
St. George, St. George's, Bermuda
One of Bermuda's most popular beaches, Tobacco Bay Beach is tourist friendly, with lots of facilities like equipment rentals and a snack bar.
32 Duke of York St, Globe Hotel St. George, St. George's, Bermuda
The American Civil War from a Bermudian perspective: a museum chronicling the island's involvement with the Confederates during the Civil War.
5 Water St, St. George, St. George's, Bermuda
A look into the history of a famous and influential colonial family: exhibits furniture, silver, and portraits belonging to the Tucker family.