Photos from a week in Bermuda, my first visit to these mid-Atlantic islands with their unique history and culture, beautiful beaches, and pastel homes with white roofs. I've organized my photos into sections:
- St George's Parish, where colonization began in 1612, now a UNESCO Heritage Site,
- Royal Naval Dockyard, once Bermuda's main employer, and now its main tourist attraction,
- Byways Tour to unique sights off the beaten path,
- Sights along the Pink Ferry Route that serves commuters from the Paget and Warwick Parishes,
- City of Hamilton, the capital and commercial centre, and
- The Hamilton Princess Hotel, a major player in tourism and in WW II counter-espionage.
The link to the Pictures File is below the Sample Images. A Route Map and a Table of Contents are provided below that, both in on-screen and printable forms.
Quick Start: Bermuda.pdf
Here are a few sample images from the picture files. You can click or tap on these to see larger versions.
Link to Pictures File
You can access the PDF pictures file by clicking or tapping on the link below.
A printable Bermuda Maps package includes the three maps from the pictures PDF: a Bermuda locator, Bermuda Parishes (as below), and SeaExpress Ferry Routes.
Table of Contents
The Contents table from the picture file is reproduced below. If you wish a paper copy to target your viewing, use Bermuda Printable Contents.
|St. George's Parish||13|
|Town of St. George||16|
|Royal Naval Dockyard||32|
|St. George's Parish||75|
|Pink Ferry Route||78|
|City of Hamilton||85|
|The Hamilton Princess||97|