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We first visited the town of St.George on our honeymoon and today 40 years later we stopped by again to experience the noontime “ ducking” of a woman who was both a nag and a gossiper and therefore was punished by dunking her in the...More
We were there on a weekend--arrived on a cruise ship docked at St. George. We decided to walk to the square through the colorful, quaint, cobblestone town. Arrived at the square and nothing was open, no horse and carriage, no town crier, no taxis, just...More
Me and my wife happened to stumble across the parish of saint George and found it to be very interesting with the unfinished church and st.peters church with its colorful alleys and shopping I would recommend this to be one of your stops when visiting...More
We expected the town to be busy when we got there about 3:30pm on a Friday. Instead, the city hall and info center closed at 4pm, and most of the shops were closed. There really is not much to do in st. George's, we were...More
Feeling a bit overwhelmed by your many Bermuda choices? You will find ready help at the information centre here, both in the form of a large array of printed material and a supremely polite and well-informed desk staff. There are also gratifyingly clean public restrooms...More
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There is a bike and scooter rental in the dockyard. We took the bus to the south beaches. There is a fee to enter the beach that is within walking distance of the port and it is a very small beach and not anything like... More
There is a bike and scooter rental in the dockyard. We took the bus to the south beaches. There is a fee to enter the beach that is within walking distance of the port and it is a very small beach and not anything like horseshoe and elbow beach. When we were at horseshoe beach the taxis were offering rides back to the dockyard for $7/person. You can take bus 7 or bus 7 or 2 into Hamilton and ferry back. We had a two day bus pass which was $31.50/person. Unlimited bus and ferry rides with it.