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Secluded Beaches of Bermuda

A tropical paradise in Atlantic Ocean (580 miles east of North Carolina), one would think that Bermuda is hardly a place for business trips. Right? Wrong! Much to our surprise, Bermuda has been host to many extravagant companies who want to impress their clients or make employees happy. Easily accessible by air or ship, this warm tropical island is close enough to take a three-day weekend without missing much of anything, especially for those work-aholics who insist they don't have the time.

While ROAD & TRAVEL Magazine content does target women business travelers, we strongly urge those professionals to give their minds, bodies, and souls the rest they need in order to be in peak physical and mental condition to do battle, and win, in the boardroom. For those of you who insist you can't, (which we all know means you won't), Bermuda offers a quick getaway to recharge those internal batteries without all the guilt that real vacations tend to leave us with. With laptops, cell phones and fax machines, you really have no excuse to say "can't," now do you?

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Historical Note: The discovery of Bermuda is attributed to a Spanish navigator, Juan de Bermúdez, who was shipwrecked there in about 1503. No settlement was established, however, until 1609, when a party of English colonists under the mariner Sir George Somers sailing for Virginia, was also shipwrecked there.