Tuesday, June 9, 2009

More from Bermuda...

Our arrival - the Royal Dockyard and Maritime Museum. King's Wharf, Bermuda.

The first stop on our bus tour of the island was the beautiful chapel built in the 1630s. It is still in use today.
The ceiling showing the original bermuda cedar beams and limestone roof.

The interior of the chapel. "Rejoice in the Lord always." How true.

The view from the chapel.

The world's smallest, working drawbridge! The Somerset Bridge.

Gibb's Lighthouse and a partial view from the hill. You can see our cruise ship in the background.

A lizzard in a bush at the light house.

Horseshoe Beach. These were taken from the tour bus.

A tree (and Leonard) in the botanical garden.

More of the botanical garden.

St. George, the other end of the island. I LOVE the lime green building!

Feeding the fish in St. George while we had lunch at The Whitehorse Tavern.

More pictures later!


coopercreek said...

Absolutely beautiful! Thank you for sharing.


penni said...

What a lovely place. You could not help but enjoy it.

Sherilyn said...

I feel refreshed just looking at the pictures, and a little jealous. I want to be there! I miss the beach terribly! Thanks for posting! Gorgeous scenery! :)