Getaway Snapshots

There's plenty to do and see on this idyllic island, and SheKnows offers this weekend getaway snapshot of Bermuda's six most memorable sights.

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Waterlot Inn

Dine in nautical style at this waterside restaurant and inn, where famous patrons Mark Twain, Eleanor Roosevelt and Eugene O'Neill once feasted. Owned by the Fairmont Southampton hotel, the Waterlot Inn (http://www.fairmont.com/southampton/GuestServices/Restaurants/WaterlotInn.htm) has an old-world charm, with exposed wood and sea-faring décor. The menu boasts a delicious selection of salads, vegetable, seafood, and steak dishes including the house chopped salad topped with green apples, hardboiled egg, and crunchy Bermuda onion rings, South African lobster tail, and a 22-ounce Porterhouse.
Photo Credit: The Fairmount Southampton: Waterlot Inn (dining) Web site
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Bermudian December 31, 2008 | 1:45 AM

Ooops! That's a photo of Hamilton, our Capital city, not St George.

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