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Put it back where it was

April 23, 2013

Dear Sir,

This letter is to the powers that be.

To the Bermuda Government, Corporation of Hamilton, Department of Tourism, the Tourism Minister, Chamber of Commerce, and the Everest DeCosta radio show ...

Could someone please put the Visitors Service Bureau with all the relevant tourist information, and the lady, back at the Ferry Terminal on Front Street in Hamilton.

This tourist attraction has been moved to another location where no one can find it.

If Bermuda wants to expand with its tourism product we must start at home first.

I transport hundreds of tourists on a weekly basis to the Ferry Terminal in Hamilton and there is absolutely no information available for our guests to help with their vacation needs.



(Photo by Nicola Muirhead) Tourists sit near the ferry terminal in Hamilton. The tourism bureau that was once situated inside the pink building in the background is now elsewhere in town.

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Published May 13, 2013 at 9:00 am (Updated May 12, 2013 at 11:11 pm)

Put it back where it was

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