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Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2005 06:06:24 -0700
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After much questioning and much in the way of false leads, your intrepid and
plucky traveler has located the statue of Mark Twain in Hamilton, Bermuda.
It is just inside the Reid Street entrance of the Bank of Butterfield.

From the cruise ship terminal on Front Street, you walk to Burnaby Street,
trun left and go up the hill to the next intersection where you will turn
right onto Reid Street. Go in the first door on your right and look to the
right. There sits Mr. Twain on a bench.

Marc Koechig