Bermuda http://www.bermuda.com Bermuda.com is the island's number one internet portal -- dynamically connecting visitors and locals with Bermudian businesses, products and services through innovation and technology Thu, 22 Feb 2018 18:21:20 +0000 en-US hourly 1 10 ways to feel the love in Bermuda http://www.bermuda.com/10-ways-to-feel-the-love-in-bermuda/ Thu, 01 Feb 2018 12:30:44 +0000 http://www.bermuda.com/?p=18891 10 ways to feel the love in Bermuda  by Brigitta Wohlmuth With pink shorts, pink sand and pink buses, one could argue that every month is Love Month in Bermuda. Here are ten ways to really feel it:   1. Try the local cuisine Savour the flavours of Bermuda’s diverse culinary scene and you’ll surely

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10 ways to feel the love in Bermuda  by Brigitta Wohlmuth

With pink shorts, pink sand and pink buses, one could argue that every month is Love Month in Bermuda. Here are ten ways to really feel it:

 

1. Try the local cuisine

Savour the flavours of Bermuda’s diverse culinary scene and you’ll surely be impressed! During January and February, many restaurants offer a prix fixe menu in support of Restaurant Weeks, an initiative organised by the Bermuda Tourism Authority so that everyone can dine around at a lower price than normal (visit gotoBermuda.com for a full list of participating restaurants.)

 

 

10 Ways to Feel the Love in Bermuda

Broiled Lobster from Bermuda Bistro at the Beach

 

2. Smell the flowers

In Paget parish is the Botanical Gardens, a modern-day Garden of Eden, where you can see a variety of exquisite roses, hibiscus, frangipani and other exotic flora. You can also enjoy a free Folk Medicine workshop on Sundays with local herbalist Dr. Kuni Frith, for a walk-through of the history of herb and plant use in Bermuda. The tour is from 2-4pm and

meets at the entrance of the Kitchen Garden in the Botanical Gardens.

10 Ways to Feel the Love in Bermuda

Botanical Gardens

 

3. Experience traditional romance

Bermuda is a popular choice for destination weddings but not only for its picturesque coast and landscape. There are a number of other charming features that attribute to feelings of old world romance. We recommend taking a Horse and Carriage ride through the old town of St. George’s. You can also find a Moongate to walk through, said to bring prosperity and goodluck to newlywed couples.

10 ways to feel the love in Bermuda

Newlywed couple take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage

 

4. Discover retail treasures

Located Island-wide, but mostly in the city of Hamilton, there are a number of reputable jewellery stores where you can find a timeless keepsake to treasure. Antique gold doubloons, whimsical pink-sand filled charms, and pendants embedded with sea glass and gemstones are just a few popular choices among locals and visitors alike (click here for a list of retailers.)

10 ways to feel the love in Bermuda

Atlantic Jewellery Studio in the Washington Mall

 

5. Make some friends

Bermudians are known for their friendliness and there are a number of places to hangout where you can enjoy a drink, some good music and pleasant conversation. A good place to start is in the City of Hamilton where many pubs and restaurants host Happy Hour on a Friday night. We recommend Crown & Anchor in the Hamilton Princess Hotel, a great place for cocktails and they often host live entertainment.

10 ways to feel the love in Bermuda

Cocktails on the Dock at Waterlot Inn

 

6. Support the Arts

Feel the love for Bermuda expressed across a number of mediums by local and visiting artists alike. Must-see galleries include the Bermuda National Gallery and the Bermuda Society of Arts – both located in the City Hall. Another aesthetic gem is the Arts Centre at Dockyard. They have regularly changing exhibits and a variety of unique works for purchase. 

10 ways to feel the love in Bermuda

The Bermuda National Gallery in City Hall

 

7. Attend a Tea Party 

Perhaps one of the most-loved colonial traditions in Bermuda is Afternoon High Tea which you can experience at a number of venues across the island. Local confectioner Sweet P hosts a popular Afternoon Tea every Wednesday within the fragrant gardens of the Bermuda Perfumery, where you can truly indulge your senses!

The Tea is held on Wednesdays and Saturdays, from 1-4pm and reservations are required. Info: 705 2390, sweetpbermuda@hotmail.com.

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Afternoon Tea at the Bermuda Perfumery

 

8. Take a tour

Whether by land or sea, there are a wide range of tours you can book on Bermuda.com. If you have a full day to fill then we recommend the Hidden Gems All-Inclusive Eco-Tours, a frequent winner of TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence and a great way to explore the island off-the-beaten path, especially in Winter. Click here to see other top-rated tours in Bermuda. 

10 ways to feel the love in Bermuda

Hidden Gems All Inclusive Eco Tours

 

9. Explore the ocean

Go beyond the beach to develop a deeper appreciation for the oceans that connect us all. In addition to the Aquarium (BAMZ) in Flatts, the National Museum of Bermuda in Dockyard boasts fascinating exhibits on Bermuda’s maritime history, while the Oceans Discovery Centre (aka the BUEI) is a great place to learn about the deep sea. 

10 ways to feel the love in Bermuda

Private Shell Collection at the BUEI

 

10. Play a few rounds

Welcome to golfer’s paradise! Bermuda boasts a number of award-winning courses where you can Tee-Off like a pro. We recommend the world famous Port Royal Golf Course in Southampton- loved for its spectacular ocean views and 18 championship holes. There, visitors can enjoy a special rate every Monday.

Info: www.portroyalgolfcourse.com, or 441 234-0974.

10 ways to feel the love in Bermuda

Port Royal Golf Course in Southampton

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Valentine’s Day Date Night in Bermuda http://www.bermuda.com/valentines-day-date-night-in-bermuda/ Thu, 01 Feb 2018 12:30:43 +0000 http://www.bermuda.com/?p=18864 Valentine's Day Date Night in Bermuda by Brigitta Wohlmuth So you’re in Bermuda this February, want to do something really romantic with your significant other but need a little help? We got you covered, hence our magazine cover this month. I’m sure you noticed the handsome couple looking oh-so in love on their way to

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Valentine’s Day Date Night in Bermuda

by Brigitta Wohlmuth

So you’re in Bermuda this February, want to do something really romantic with your significant other but need a little help? We got you covered, hence our magazine cover this month. I’m sure you noticed the handsome couple looking oh-so in love on their way to somewhere amazing. The dreamy setting only enhances the feeling between these two and, in case you were wondering where exactly they are, it’s Chancery Lane they’re walking down.

Chancery Lane is probably one of the most romantic side-roads in the City of Hamilton and a great place to start your date night. The brick-paved alley takes you from Reid to Front Street and along the way there are a number of magical little surprises.  The steps are decorated with painted poetry by artists of the Chewstick Foundation, and overhead a public art installation by local designer Tiago Garcia brings “a level of intimacy to an already quaint public setting” with over 450 lightbulbs illuminating the way.

Valentine's Day Date Night in Bermuda

Chancery Lane steps

Now, where to go from here you ask? There are a couple of really nice restaurants on this street, both of them under the same ownership, but with totally different themes. Ruby Murray’s is the Island’s newest Indian restaurant and no ordinary curry house. Named after an Irish singer from the 1950s (it’s also cockney slang for curry ), their menu is devoted to the flavours of Southern India and they even have an Indian Tapas-Style menu. Or, if curry is not your thing, you could try Bistro J, an intimate, french-style restaurant with regular rotating black-board specials and an awesome wine list.

After dinner you might want to catch a show at the Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts. The Festival features a diverse selection of award-winning performing artists from around the globe with a sprinkling of local talents as well. From classical to contemporary music, the programme has something for everyone, so be sure to check it out (visit bermudafestival.org) and book your tickets in advance! Many shows will be held at the Earl Cameron Theatre within the City Hall, so you can easily walk there after your meal.

For more suggestions on how to plan your night, check out the Bermuda Events Calendar on Bermuda.com or download the Bermuda.com mobile app!

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Bermuda in Retrospect: Then & Now http://www.bermuda.com/bermuda-in-retrospect-then-now/ Thu, 01 Feb 2018 12:30:03 +0000 http://www.bermuda.com/?p=18856 Bermuda in Retrospect: Then & Now by Horst Augustinovic Before there were digital cameras and cell phones which now produce great colour photographs and send them world-wide in an instant, there were postcards, laboriously colourized from black-and-white photographs. Revisiting the scenes of these 100-or-so-year-old postcards can be quite challenging and we may experience a certain

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Bermuda in Retrospect: Then & Now

by Horst Augustinovic

Before there were digital cameras and cell phones which now produce great colour photographs and send them world-wide in an instant, there were postcards, laboriously colourized from black-and-white photographs.

Revisiting the scenes of these 100-or-so-year-old postcards can be quite challenging and we may experience a certain degree of nostalgia, but looking for that certain spot where a photographer lugged his tripod and camera all these years ago, makes us recognize and appreciate all the changes that have taken place since.

Shown here are just a few examples of what Bermuda looked like in the early 1900s and what the island looks like today.

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The view from Red Hole in Paget ca. 1910

 

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… and today.

 

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Hamilton looking west from the Cathedral Tower ca. 1910 and 2017.

 

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The Hamilton Hotel stands where the City Hall is today.

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Looking north-west from Flatts Inlet to the open sea, ca. 1905

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… and again in 2017.

 

Horst is a passionate philatelist, history buff, collector and author. Originally from Austria, he has been living in Bermuda since 1961 and has published several books on Bermuda’s history, including the series ‘What You May Not Know About Bermuda’, and ‘The Golden Age of Bermuda’s Postcards’.

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500 Years on Four Walls at the National Museum of Bermuda http://www.bermuda.com/500-years-four-walls-national-museum-bermuda/ Mon, 01 Jan 2018 13:00:32 +0000 http://www.bermuda.com/?p=18813 500 Years on Four Walls at the National Museum of Bermuda by Jane Downing The Hall of History, artist Graham Foster’s incredible mural in the pillared hall at the Commissioner’s House, is a must-see for every visitor! Set in a stunning two-storey hall, the sweep of Bermuda’s history comes to life in all its intricate detail,

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500 Years on Four Walls at the National Museum of Bermuda by Jane Downing

The Hall of History, artist Graham Foster’s incredible mural in the pillared hall at the Commissioner’s House, is a must-see for every visitor!

Set in a stunning two-storey hall, the sweep of Bermuda’s history comes to life in all its intricate detail, tied together by the blue of the sea. Foster included not just major events, but also the more obscure day-to-day happenings, customs and traditions which give Bermuda and its people their unique character.

Over 3 ½ years, Foster spent more than 7,000 hours painting the mural, which consumed over 150 twelve-ounce tubes of blue paint alone.

From the wreck of the Sea Venture to the descent of the bathysphere, from the fevered activities of the slave-based 18th century maritime economy to small details of boys playing marbles, the mural addresses both history and folklore, peppered with a dash of humour. Hidden gems abound: the girl walking a pet hog, the cat catching a rat, the stand featuring curried goat, the secret message spelled out in signal flags, and many, many more.

Don’t miss it!

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500 Years on Four Walls at the National Museum of Bermuda

19th Century Gombeys by Graham Foster

NMB is open every day!

Winter hours: 10am – 5pm

(Last admission 4pm)

Adults $15, Seniors $12

Children under 16 FREE

Explore the Keep Fort at the National Museum of Bermuda

1 The Keep, Royal Naval Dockyard

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Do You Know about getting around in Bermuda: From Horse-and-Carriages to Automobiles and Trucks? http://www.bermuda.com/do-you-know-about-getting-around-in-bermuda-from-horse-and-carriages-to-automobiles-and-trucks/ Mon, 01 Jan 2018 13:00:23 +0000 http://www.bermuda.com/?p=18820 Do You Know about getting around in Bermuda: From Horse-and-Carriages to Automobiles and Trucks? by Horst Augustinovic When automobiles became popular all over the world at the beginning of the 20th century, a small number were brought to Bermuda. But it was the ‘Scarlet Runner’, a motorized bus that was brought here in 1905 to take

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Do You Know about getting around in Bermuda: From Horse-and-Carriages to Automobiles and Trucks?

by Horst Augustinovic

When automobiles became popular all over the world at the beginning of the 20th century, a small number were brought to Bermuda. But it was the ‘Scarlet Runner’, a motorized bus that was brought here in 1905 to take visitors to the South Shore, when livery stable owners began a campaign against motorizes vehicles, claiming that they frightened their horses. Bermuda’s Assembly reacted by passing the Motor Car Act of 1905, restricting motor vehicles to no more than 6 mph.

But livery stable operators were not alone in opposing motor vehicles. Wealthy Americans who came to Bermuda to get away from the ‘rapid transit’ of Boston or New York began demanding that motor vehicle be banished from Bermuda. Encouraged by Mark Twain, the future president of the U.S. Woodrow Wilson, drafted a petition, claiming that automobiles were an affront ‘to persons of taste and cultivation’. 111 tourists signed the petition and the Assembly passed the Motor Car Act of 1908, banning motor cars. It remained in force until 1946.

Do You Know About Getting Around in Bermuda: From Horse-and-Carriages to Automobiles and Trucks?

Apart from the Somerset and St. George’s Express, tourists could rent horse-and-carriages. Shown here is Boston’s Mayor James M. Curley with his daughter Mary and her friend Jean Wurtz. James M. Curley was one of the most colorful and probably the most successful politician in Boston’s history and famous for having spent five months of his last term in federal prison following a conviction for mail fraud.

While this did not resolve Bermuda’s transportation needs, the Assembly commissioned a study to see if a railway may be the solution, not just to move passengers and freight, but also to maintain the ban on automobiles. And so the building of the world’s most expensive railway per mile was started in the late 1920s and completed in 1931. Meanwhile exemptions were made to the Motor Car Act with doctors allowed to import cars, as well as ambulances, fire engines and a garbage truck allowed on Bermuda’s roads.

At the outbreak of World War II in 1939 there were 45 motor vehicles in Bermuda, a number that would increase dramatically to 8,490 by 1946. This included 375 private cars, 109 taxis, 380 trucks and 7,363 military vehicles.  One year later most of the service vehicles had been withdrawn, but private cars now numbered 846, taxis 316 and trucks 449 for a total number of 3,176 on Bermuda’s roads, all thanks to the Motor Car Act of 1946, allowing private cars and taxis into Bermuda.

Do You Know About Getting Around in Bermuda:From Horse-and-Carriages to Automobiles and Trucks?

The first private cars appeared on Bermuda’s roads in 1946…

P.S. One gentleman who just could not wait for automobiles to be permitted in Bermuda was John L. Carson. When he arrived in Bermuda in September 1936 to become Manager of the Bermuda News Bureau the only means of travelling to the island were the Furness Liners and the Canadian National ships from New York, Boston and Montreal.

Less than one year later the flying boats of Pan American Airways and Imperial Airways could reach Bermuda in five hours. Perhaps Mr. Carson was hoping that on-island transportation would also change this rapidly, but that did not happen for another ten years. So instead of waiting for the law to change, the enterprising Mr. Carson decided to import a Velo pedal car from France! Here he is showing off Bermuda to Hollywood actress Loretta Young.

Do You Know About Getting Around in Bermuda:From Horse-and-Carriages to Automobiles and Trucks?

Mr. Carson showing off Bermuda to Hollywood Actress Loretta Young

Horst is a passionate philatelist, history buff, collector and author. Originally from Austria, he has been living in Bermuda since 1961 and has published several books on Bermuda’s history, including the series ‘What You May Not Know About Bermuda’, and ‘The Golden Age of Bermuda’s Postcards’. Comments: netlink@link.bm

 

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Experience Christmas in Bermuda http://www.bermuda.com/experience-christmas-bermuda/ Fri, 01 Dec 2017 13:00:43 +0000 http://www.bermuda.com/?p=18692 Experience Christmas in Bermuda By Brigitta Wohlmuth In addition to enjoying the poinsettias and cassava pie, here are a few ways to experience the holiday season in Bermuda: The St. George’s Walkabout - December 1st, 6-9pm The Annual Christmas Walkabout in St. George’s is a favorite way to get into the holiday spirit. Historical reenactments and

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Experience Christmas in Bermuda

By Brigitta Wohlmuth

In addition to enjoying the poinsettias and cassava pie, here are a few ways to experience the holiday season in Bermuda:

The St. George’s Walkabout – December 1st, 6-9pm

The Annual Christmas Walkabout in St. George’s is a favorite way to get into the holiday spirit. Historical reenactments and candlelit homes will add to the magic of yester-year experienced in this UNESCO World Heritage Site, and on this very special evening you can shop for unique handmade gifts, enjoy live theatrical performances, warm drinks, and so much more. Info: 441 236 6483 or bnt.bm.

Late Night Shopping – Every Friday until Christmas

In the City of Hamilton you can enjoy the holiday hustle and bustle, every Friday evening leading up to Christmas. To ensure that everyone has ample time to get all their Christmas shopping done, many stores that normally close between 5pm and 6pm, will stay open until 9pm. Info: 441 292 1234 or cityofhamilton.bm

Carols with the Dolphins – December 10th, 5-6pm

Enjoy hot chocolate and smores while you sing along to your favourite carols at this popular annual event. The dolphins in Dockyard love to show off, so be sure to visit them at their home within the historic Keep. They dance while you sing, and the whole family is guaranteed a jolly good time. Info: 441 234 4464

X-mas Day on the Beach  – December 25th, all day event

Join hundreds of Bermudian families and other expats on Elbow Beach for a Christmas Day celebration like no other! Info: gotoBermuda.com

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Ahoy kids! Learn, Play, Repeat at The National Museum of Bermuda http://www.bermuda.com/18679-2/ Fri, 01 Dec 2017 12:45:51 +0000 http://www.bermuda.com/?p=18679 Ahoy kids! Learn, Play, Repeat at The National Museum of Bermuda by Elena Strong The National Museum of Bermuda (NMB) has a whimsical interactive children’s exhibit, The Museum Playhouse that explores aspects of Bermuda’s maritime history in original and unexpected ways. Through play, toddlers to pre-teens can learn about topics such as historic communication on board

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Ahoy kids! Learn, Play, Repeat at The National Museum of Bermuda

by Elena Strong

The National Museum of Bermuda (NMB) has a whimsical interactive children’s exhibit, The Museum Playhouse that explores aspects of Bermuda’s maritime history in original and unexpected ways. Through play, toddlers to pre-teens can learn about topics such as historic communication on board ship, pilot gigs, gombeys, the building of the Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda’s agricultural heyday, and how to tie nautical knots in a giant sailor’s beard made of rope. The exhibit was designed by Bermudian designers and artists Russel DeMoura and James Cooper, working closely with the NMB Curatorial Team, and incorporates original work by other local artists.

This exhibit, located in a 19th century military building in the Museum’s lower grounds, compliments the award-winning Museum Playground, which offers children a much more colourful and exciting experience to the typical monkey bars and swings. A 21-foot wooden lighthouse with slide is encircled by a vibrant green moray eel where children can climb through its mouth and body.  There is also a sand box in the shape of the Keep Fort, equipped with play cannon and ammunition.  The Playground, which is exciting to play on and visually stunning, was designed by Danish firm Monstrum who believe playgrounds should be full of colour, fantasy and create a visual story that challenges kids motor skills.

Come visit the NMB Playhouse & Playground for some family fun and help foster an appreciation of Bermuda’s rich local history in your children.

interactive children's exhibit

 

interactive children's exhibit

NMB is open every day except Christmas Day,

Winter hours: 10am – 5pm

(Last admission 4pm)

Adults $15, Seniors $12

Children under 16 FREE

For more information, contact: info@nmb.bm / 441-234-1333 / www.nmb.bm 

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Going Through Hell To Get To Paradise http://www.bermuda.com/going-hell-get-paradise/ Fri, 01 Dec 2017 12:30:32 +0000 http://www.bermuda.com/?p=18658 Going Through Hell To Get To Paradise by Horst Augustinovic  Travelling to Bermuda by ship from the East Coast means sailing diagonally across the choppy north-flowing Gulf Stream. In the relatively small ships of the late 1800s it resulted in many of Bermuda’s visitors being unhappy victims of sea-sickness. Mark Twain famously quipped ‘Bermuda is

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Going Through Hell To Get To Paradise

by Horst Augustinovic 

Travelling to Bermuda by ship from the East Coast means sailing diagonally across the choppy north-flowing Gulf Stream. In the relatively small ships of the late 1800s it resulted in many of Bermuda’s visitors being unhappy victims of sea-sickness. Mark Twain famously quipped ‘Bermuda is paradise but you have to go through hell to get there’.

To lessen the rigours of the sea journey in small ships like the Fah Kee, Bermuda in 1874 struck a deal with the Quebec Steamship Company to provide a bigger contract steamer – the Canima. For the next four decades the ships of the Quebec Steamship Company were a familiar sight in Hamilton Harbour.

Especially during the winter months, travelling to Bermuda in the larger ships could still cause sea-sickness and this was not lost on Bermuda’s Yankee Store who published a rather humorous set of postcards to remind visitors of their trip ‘Going through Hell to get to Paradise’.

Travelling to Bermuda by ship

 

Travelling to Bermuda by ship

 

Travelling to Bermuda by ship

 

Travelling to Bermuda by ship

 

 

Horst is a passionate philatelist, history buff, collector and author. Originally from Austria, he has been living in Bermuda since 1961 and has published several books on Bermuda’s history, including the series ‘What You May Not Know About Bermuda’, and ‘The Golden Age of Bermuda’s Postcards’.

Comments: netlink@link.bm

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Tapas Club http://www.bermuda.com/tapas-club/ Thu, 23 Nov 2017 15:44:13 +0000 http://www.bermuda.com/?p=18744 The casual and affordable menu offers a variety of small plates, including specialty charcuterie and cheeses, ideal for sharing. No Spanish tapas bar is complete without sangria (red or white), a predominately Spanish wine list and unique cocktails. Tapas Club Hours: Monday to Thursday – 5:30 pm – 10:00 pm Friday – 5:00 pm –

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The casual and affordable menu offers a variety of small plates, including specialty charcuterie and cheeses, ideal for sharing. No Spanish tapas bar is complete without sangria (red or white), a predominately Spanish wine list and unique cocktails.

Tapas Club Hours:
Monday to Thursday – 5:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Friday – 5:00 pm – until
Saturday  – 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Contact Tapas Club:
1 (441) 296-3330

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