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If you go: Bermuda

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November 28, 2004

How to get there

The lowest round-trip air fare between Boston and Bermuda at press time was $401 on Delta Airlines.

There are no rental cars in Bermuda, but plenty of taxis, buses, motorbikes, and ferryboats.

Where to stay

The Oxford House

Woodbourne Avenue, Pembroke

800-548-7758

www.oxfordhouse.bm

Doubles $168 with buffet breakfast, December-March.

Royal Palms Hotel

24 Rosemont Ave., Pembroke

800-678-0783

www.royalpalms.bm

Rooms $160-$180 with buffet breakfast, Dec. 11-Jan. 3.

Where to eat

For a holiday meal, reserve on arrival or in advance. Small restaurants may be closed Christmas or sold out.

Royal PalmsDining room: 441-292-1854

Entrees around $20.

Hamilton Princess76 Pitts Bay, Pembroke

441-295-1914

Entrees around $25.

What to do

ShopCredit cards are accepted nearly everywhere. Shopping is centered in Hamilton, St. George's, and the Dockyard. Most stores close Sundays and holidays. Bermuda has no sales tax or value added tax. You can bring home $800 in merchandise and one liter of liquor per person duty-free. (Pick up the liquor at the airport while waiting to catch your flight home.)

More information

800-BERMUDA (800-237-6832)

www.bermuda.com

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