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Settling into Bermuda is relatively easy.
Bermuda Caribbean Vacations
First-timers soon learn that Bermuda isn't one island, as is commonly thought, but a string of islands linked by causeways and bridges -- at least the 20 or so that are inhabited. The other islands can be reached by boat.
Bermuda is prosperous, characterized by neat, trim houses that are a source of great pride to their owners. There won't be a casino at your megaresort -- Bermuda has no casinos -- and you'd better have your fill of Big Macs before you leave home. There are some fast-food joints, but nothing like those on the U.S. mainland, or even in the Bahamas. There's a sense of order in Bermuda, and everything seems to work efficiently, even when the weather's hot.
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