Family Travels
Technically, Bermuda is not "IN" in the Caribbean...but...we have
grouped it together here with other exotic island locations.  

Mom and Dad spent a week cruise to Bermuda on their 20th
wedding anniversary trip in 2005.  

Mom also visited Bermuda on a cruise with her friend Abby in
1999 as part of a Seminar at Sea for travel agents.

Bermuda is filled with beaches of light pink sand (a natural
element from the coral) and many are quiet, peaceful and fun to
explore.  When we went to John Smith's Bay, we were the only
ones as it is located near a residential area.  Again, at Church
Bay, there was only one other family (well, you do have to be
brave to jump the "Do Not Trespass" barricade and climb down
cliffs instead of stairs taken away by the last hurricane.

We visited by cruise boat....which is like a floating hotel.
We got off the cruise ship and took a bus.  The local
transportation system is great and easy to learn
I would not recommend renting scooters....there are simply too
many accidents.  You CANNOT rent a car due to local regulations
Dates Visited--1999, 2005
Favorite Beaches/Snorkel
1.  Church Bay--pristine--clean--isolated--great snorkeling
2.  John Smith's Day--long, isolated beach--swimming
tanning Take a bus..Find North Rock Brewing for lunch
3.  Start at Warwick Long Bay and continue to
swim/snorkel hop down to Jobson's Cove,
Stonehole Bay to Chaplin Bay
4.  Elbow Bay--reefs make is protected from surf...good
snorkeling--great for kids
5.  Tobacco Bay--little touristy....little cloudy
5.  Horseshoe Bay (why last on the list?) because it is the
most is most crowded and touristy.  Great
for small children or those needing chairs or facilities.
Church Bay
Church Bay
Warwick Long Bay
Warwick Long Bay
Tobacco Bay
Jobson's Cove
Astwood Cove
North Rock Brewing

Fun place with English Pub

Great Beer
Great Onion Rings
Heavenly Steak and Ale Pie

Bus #1 to 10 South Road
Elbow Beach
John Smith's Bay
The Frog and Onion Pub

Touristy, pricey but good
Named for the owners, Husband
is French (frog) and wife is
Bermuda-born (onion),This is the
most traditional pub on the island.

Try the Beef Barley Pie with
Guiness and of course, the onion
rings...and the Fish and Chips
Take Ferry or Bus to Royal
A local festival and Parade
One day we took a Island Tour
Sailing Excursion....just to be out
on the water and see the island a
different way
Celebrity homes were amazing