BERMUDA HOLIDAY by Mary Johnson Tweedy


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An excellent up-to-date coverage for the first tourist who is looking for factual information. The how-to and what-to do material reports on requirements for- and ways and means of travel, places to live -- hotels, guest houses, rooms -- kinds of clothes to take and wear, where to eat, drink and/or be merry, sports to do or watch, what and where to sight see, various types of transportation. There is background fill-in on the history of the islands and their families, Bermudian natural history, government, its churches, food, shops, etc. It is to be illustrated and will be the kind of guide book you can only quarrel with if you find you do not agree with the author, -- after you've been there.

Pub Date: April 21st, 1950
Publisher: Crown