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Joanandjoe

Cruising to Bermuda

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We'll be cruising to Bermuda on the Celebrity Zenith, on May 13th, with stops in Hamilton and St. George. Our only previous trip to Bermuda was in 1968, on our honeymoon. In a sense, then, this is our second honeymoon (and we're still starry-eyed).

Your suggestions as to what do do will be appreciated. We're not divers, so we don't need suggestions for that activity. Thanks.

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:smiley: We were just there in October on NCL Majesty docked in St. George for 4 days. Beautiful old village to walk around and check out the shops and historical sights. You gotta check out the beaches up over the hill, they're great. Got a 2 day pass for the bus and ferry, well worth it. We went to the beaches around Hamilton and ,yes, we saw pink sand. Hamilton is a real city, who knew? lol. Took the ferry to Kings Wharf and went to Snorkel Beach, swam a little then went up stairs in the building there to Hammerheads Bar, overlooking the beach and ocean, had a few cold beers.... OMG i wish i was there now. You will love it. :cool:

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JoanandJoe. We went to Bermuda on our honeymoon nearly 40 years ago and stayed at the Elbow Beach Hotel. Since then we have cruised to Bermuda more than 20 times and we always go back to Elbow Beach to sit on the beach and have lunch or a drink at the hotel. No trip to Bermuda would be complete without a trip there. Perhaps you could visit some of the places you were on your honeymoon.

Over the years Bermuda has changed very little and it is still our all time favorite place to cruise to.

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You will have a ball. We did the same cruise on the Zenith. Only downside to cruising to Bermuda is that while you are there their laws do not permit any entertainment aboard the ship unless it is some local thing. So, everything is pretty much shut down during the evenings, casino, showroom, etc. Forces you to go ashore and spend your money there.

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