National Geographic : 1957 Sep
Soft skies smile down on this holiday isle BERMUDA Years ago the poet Tom Moore came to Bermuda, fell in love with this coral isle and wrote: "You'd think that Nature lavish'd here Her purest wave, her softest skies..." Bermuda is still enchanting visi tors. The brilliant colours of sea, sky and flowers that inspired the poet to sing will delight you too. A refreshing swim in the clear, blue water leads to a long sunny loaf on soft pink sand. Golf, ten nis, sailing, fishing, cycling and picnicking are year 'round fun. You can get to Bermuda quickly by plane or leisurely by ocean liner, for it's only 700 miles from the mainland. And Bermuda's hotels and charming guest houses are a wonderful experience in holiday living. You'll save time and trouble seeing your travel agent. Helpful too is the Bermuda Vacation Kit which you can get by writing: The Bermuda Trade Develop ment Board, 620 Fifth Avenue, New York 20, New York.