The Story of the Cruise ship Dock
This travel souvenir from Bermuda can serve as a small representation of an accomplished journey. It is no wonder, historically, this dock served as a base for the Royal Navy in the times of Napoleon. It was built in the second decade of the Nineteenth century first by African slaves and then by marginal workers who came from Britain. The base was closed in the mid- Twentieth century and it was kept almost in ruins until it was re-activated as a cruise ship dock a few decades ago.
The Second Chapter of the Story of the Dock
The picture makes a nice introductory shot that gives the city a rather unique presence in the Atlantic Ocean, especially when cruises stop at the dock. Here, travelers can enjoy a great time walking in the mall and visiting the artists shops that are located in the old storage spaces. If traveling with the family, the kids will love visiting the Bermuda Maritime Museum where they will see the marine species of the area. The little ones will also like stoping by the Dolphin Quest Attraction. If feeling hungry, all the family can have lunch at one the restaurants located inside the mall. This site strikes an intriguing balance between the natural and more civilized side of the world as the sea is so close. By all means, this is a great travel souvenir to take back home and can make your kitchen look like a place of possibilities.