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Join us on a tour of the Royal Naval Dockyard! Whether taking in some local history, stunning views of the sea, or exploring Bermuda's largest fort, there is plenty to see and learn at this cultural attraction. It’s home to the island’s biggest cruise ship pier and it’s packed with restaurants, shops and exciting attractions. There’s so much to see and do, you could spend an entire vacation here. The Clocktower is a stunning arcade of shops in a unique setting, with stone-paved passages leading you from place to place. If you’re looking for island-inspired apparel or gifts, you’ll find them here. There are also unique boutiques, art galleries and plenty of tempting treats. Next door, pick up some surf gear at Makin’ Waves or hit the Dockyard Pharmacy for necessities. Many Bermuda artisans call Dockyard home. Across from the Clocktower Mall you’ll find the studios for the Bermuda Clayworks, featuring outstanding artistic ceramics. And don’t miss seeing the skilled craftsmen and women creating glassware at Glassworks. Bermuda’s famous rum cakes are also made here – once you taste a sample, you’re sure to want to take some home. Time for coffee? The Pastry Shop makes the best cappuccino on this side of the Atlantic and their pastries are baked fresh right here in their kitchen daily. The Royal Navy pulled out in the 1950s, but this is still a working dockyard with a thriving yachting and boating community. It’s a gateway to aquatic adventures – from here you could go parasailing for a birds-eye view of the island, go deep sea fishing for marlin, tuna or wahoo, charter a sailboat to explore the island or hop on a jet ski for some real speed on the water. And if you’ve ever dreamed of swimming with dolphins, your dream can come true at Dolphin Quest, located within the walls of the National Museum of Bermuda. You can swim, touch and even get a kiss from a dolphin during this fun and unforgettable experience. When it’s time for lunch, there are tons of options, including the Frog & Onion Pub, located in a 200-year-old naval cooperage. There’s a microbrewery on site so in addition to some tasty pub grub, you’ll get a creative – and BIG – craft beer as well. Eat where the locals eat at the Freeport Sea Food Restaurant – their fish sandwiches are legendary. The Bonefish Bar & Grill has an award winning view and a sunny patio with great views. Café Amici serves delicious pasta and other Italian favorites. For a taste of authentic Bermuda dishes, such as curried goat, shark hash or oxtail and pumpkin rice, try Woody’s. Walk off your lunch by wandering on Bermuda’s trails, parks, beaches and peaceful green spaces. Another option is the Snorkel Park, where you can lounge on a daybed, relax on a pink sand beach or take a dip in the warm, calm water. If you want to get more active, there’s also snorkeling, paddleboats, kayaks, waterslides and beach volleyball. You don’t have to walk to see all of Dockyard’s attractions – you can cruise around on a Segway, bike, or riding aboard the trolley-style train. You can even golf in Dockyard, by putting your way along the oceanfront Fun Golf, featuring 18 world famous golf holes, re-created in mini-golf style. Learn all about 500 years of local history at the Bermuda National Museum. Good to know: all of Dockyard is a wi-fi hotspot. The Cooperage is home to the Bermuda Craft Market, where unique artisans sell their wares. Many of the products, including cedar items, condiments, jewelry and more, are made right in front of your eyes. Nearby is the Arts Centre, where you’ll see works by the island’s most accomplished artists – and maybe even meet a few of those artists, too! When the sun goes down, Dockyard keeps on going, with the Neptune Cinema, bars, clubs and restaurants, not to mention a party at Snorkel Park with live entertainment. Video from The West End Development Corporation and Bermuda Media.
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The best time to visit Bermuda depends on avoiding the cooler winter months and rain in late summer and most of the fall. * Please SUBSCRIBE to see more new videos! * https://www.caribeez.com/bermuda Bermuda weather is often attractive on this island paradise -- not too hot, not too cold. Located just 650 miles east of North Carolina, Bermuda shares the same seasons as the United States but with much milder seasonal changes. Just as the winter months are the coldest in the U.S., they are also coldest in Bermuda. But Bermuda's average winter low is only in the low 60s Fahrenheit. Winter sea temperatures in the mid-60s are too cold for swimming. But the weather is still mild enough for the many tourist attractions on land that Bermuda has to offer. There's nothing like a mild winter day to enjoy strolling the cobbled streets of historic St. George, visiting centuries-old churches or touring the working lighthouses. BERMUDA TEMPERATURES The average daily high temperature is in the upper 60s Fahrenheit from January through March and in the 70s in April and May. While August is the warmest month and a favorite time for tourists to enjoy the pristine beaches, it is still a pleasant 86 degrees. Warm enough to bask in the sun, yet not too hot to enjoy being outside. June, July, and August are the most popular months for tourists to hit the beaches of Bermuda and enjoy snorkeling, sailing, scuba diving, or simply savoring the sun. Average high temperatures stay in the mid-80s during September, then drop into the 70s from October through December. Sea temperatures reach the low 80s in July through September, making those months ideal for swimming and lying on the beach. BERMUDA RAINFALL Summer is the most popular time to visit Bermuda, but it also is a time for more rainfall. The island has rain about 15 days each month give or take a few. The low point for total rain is May, which makes it the ideal month for Bermuda's famous beaches and golf courses. The amount of rain averages less than five inches a month throughout the year. It starts to climb in June and hits a high of more than six inches in October during the peak of the Caribbean hurricane season. It drops back down to normal levels in November.
From MASSIVE Airplane graveyards, to mysterious planes on the beach; These are 11 AMAZING Abandoned Airplanes ! Subscribe to American Eye http://goo.gl/GBphkv 11. Marshall Islands Underwater Plane 10. Thailand Airplane Graveyard 9. Abandoned Yugoslavian Air Base 8. Mojave Airport 7. Eerie Abandoned Hangar 6. Abandoned Navy Air Station 5. RAF Kittyhawk A mysterious world war II aircraft was found in the middle of the Sahara desert in the country of Egypt in 2012. It was found nearly intact and the dry conditions of the Sahara allowed it to be well preserved. This is believed to be a P40 Kittyhawk fighter plane which is a single seat fighter plane used by the Americans from 1939 to 1945. It’s often featured with some type of artwork such as a shark's mouth but it’s believed to be one that the British had acquired from the US. The British would like to see it returned to their home soil in order for it to be on display at museum. However, Egypt claims that it doesn’t belong to them since it was never found on British soil. Plus the British have a ton of Egyptian artifacts on display at the British museum so we don’t see this one going their way. 4. Douglas Super DC-3 On the mysterious black sands of a beach in Iceland, lies a piece of an abandoned aircraft. On November 24, 1973 a US Navy airplane was forced to crash land on a remote beach, south of the capital, Reykjavik. It appears as though it’s remained untouched for over 40 years until a farmer came across it in 2014. All of the windows are smashed from the inside and both wings are missing. All the crew survived the crash and it seems to be a mystery why it was forced to crash land in the first place. Some believe it was from horrific weather conditions in the north atlantic. But this took place during the cold war, is it possible it was shot down by the Soviets? Others claim it just simply ran out of fuel, forcing them to land on Iceland. What you see here are some drone images for the plane from an aerial view and it’s kinda hard to even tell if it’s a plane or not. 3. Mexican Drug Plane Imagine you were on vacation in Mexico and you stumbled upon an abandoned plane that had a white powdery cargo. There’s many rumors about this photo of a plane sunken have way into the sand and it’s hard to say exactly which story is the truth. However, some claim that it was discovered by tourists near Mexico and that the plane was struck by lightning or shot down by the mexican, causing something to malfunction. No bodies or survivors where found and believed they fled the scene so they wouldn’t get caught with a large quantity of contraband. You can imagine some people might be having a good weekend. What are your thoughts on this one? What ever true story may be, it certainly is a beautiful photo. 2. Soviet VVA-14 This abandoned prototype of a soviet vertical take off amphibious vehicle has left many people rather intrigued by the strange design. It was a promising design at first and would allow it to take off from the water, cruise at high altitudes and to destroy US submarines. The aircraft sits at a the Russian Federation Central Air Force museum in rusty condition to say the least. In 1974, it did manage to log in 107 flights with a 103 hours in the air. Here we see two pilots, aboard the aircraft, getting ready to take on this beast of engineering. However, it appeared as though the soviets were asking for a little too much out of this aircraft and the engines needed a serious upgrade before it could be ready for battle. Once the designer passed away in 1974, the project began to slow down and the upgrades were never made. 1.The Boneyard If you’re a fan of abandoned aircraft or just aircraft in general and you take a trip to the Boneyard, it’ll be like you almost died and went to heaven. There are thousands of abandoned planes used by the Air Force. They also take advantage of the dry conditions of the American Southwest, in the city of Tuscon, Arizona, in order to keep the planes from severely. This is officially named as the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base where America stores excess military aircraft just in case world war 3 breaks out. This has also been a holding ground for aerospace vehicles as well and there’s an estimated 4000 aircraft either waiting to scrapped, storage, or to be reused. This is situated on 2600 acres of Arizona desert and it’s quite the interesting place to explore on google maps. Anything from fighters from World War II to heavy bombers used in the Vietnam war can all be found at this one spot. Some believe that there’s at one of every plane that the US has ever commissioned can be found here rotting away. Except probably the secret ones, they don’t want us to know about
SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu - Let's go for a tour around this beautiful island nation located right in the middle of the Atlantic ocean. Definitely one of the most beautiful countries I have ever visited in my life. Vic Stefanu, email@example.com. Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory in the North Atlantic Ocean, off the east shore of North America about 1,070 km (665 mi) east-southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, 1,236 km (768 mi) south of Cape Sable Island, Canada, and 1,578 km (981 mi) north of Puerto Rico. The capital city is Hamilton.