Everything posted by KShuman
Charles, if I go to the Dockyard Visitor's Center and buy either a day pass or a book of tickets (still not sure yet which I will buy) can I pick up the bus schedule there? I would prefer to have a nicely printed bus schedule versus the sub-par printing that happens on my own printer! Weeks ago I printed a Bermuda map at home and I like all the details on the map, but I almost need a magnifying glass to read some of the small print. OLD age issues! I am hoping to get a bus schedule at the Visitor Center, but if they aren't readily available than I can always print a copy. I appreciate your input on so many of our CC posts.
A few years ago we cruised to Bermuda and took our son to Admiralty Park to play tennis. We are going back to Bermuda in 3 weeks and plan to go to Admiralty again. So if you are in Bermuda on May 20 or 21st - our son would be happy to play a game or two! We will take the ferry to Hamilton and then take bus #4. Admiralty Park is free. I believe I had researched this years ago - there are very few places to play tennis for free on the island...when you are a cruise visitor.
We just created a photobook of our Explorer of the Seas Alaskan cruise in August 2018. I had to use SEVERAL pages for the Skagway port because our excursion was very picturesque. We took the Dyea Dave tour from Scagway's port to Emerald Lake. Dani was our tour guide and she was great. You can see my review of Dyea Dave under Trip Advisor. The motorcoach tour lasted from 8 am until 2:30. Dani then dropped us off and we went on the White Pass Yukon rail from Fraser to Scagway. Arrived back in Scagway at 4:30. It was a great way to spend the day and we still had time to walk through all the touristy shops in Scagway.