Vacation & Mass Guide | St. Louisans in Bermuda offer advice on some obvious, some hidden treasures there
After nearly two years living in Bermuda, we've found a few treasures that visitors to the land of pink beaches and blue-green ocean will enjoy.
Bermuda is actually 181 islands and islets, but the mainland is a chain of eight islands joined by roads and bridges. You'll find colorful homes with white roofs and an abundance of flowers that bloom all year long.
Bermuda is in the Atlantic Ocean, about a two-hour flight from New York. It was settled by the British. Though very international, English is the main language, and the currency is tied to the U.S. dollar.
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