BERMUDA IN THREE COLORS by Carveth Wells

BERMUDA IN THREE COLORS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A chatty and informal history and guide to Bermuda, with abundant information in Carveth Wells entertaining -- though not always wholly credible -- manner. A book that should prove an eye-opener to the average tourist who follows only the beaten path, revealing as it does, Bermuda as a fascinating place with rare individuality, variety of interest, great beauty -- rather than simply a tourist's playground. The places, the people, the food, the shops, what to do and how to do it, in order to get the most out of the place. A ""Who's Who"" of the leading residents should provide entertainment for those who know Bermuda.

Pub Date: April 18th, 1935
Publisher: McBride