MVC Eagle Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... gable ends so after we had replenished our supplies of tonic water we were ready for getting back on the ship. However one wrong turn later we stumbled across a quaint little museum. It is as tiny as the Island is small. We wandered in to find a wedding party in full swing and were quickly ushered out again. Anyway it set us on a detour which took us to a park on the edge of town which provided some much needed ...
... over the top of his trousers and then collecting votes with some of the people dropping their card into the elastic of the pantyhose at the waist !!!
By the time that was finished it was a little after 10 and we decided to call it a day … it had been quite eventful for us and one we needed to sleep on. Given that we have the next two days at sea, hopefully the chances of me losing my purse while at sea are next to none and zero !!
... the real Green sea turtles that nest on this beach.
We really enjoyed our time at the park but were ready for lunch. Our resort's manager recommended a restaurant called "Urtaka Pizza" saying its the "best pizza on the island". We ordered the special Hamburger Pizza and were not disappointed. Every single slice was consumed!
After lunch we headed down to San Nicolas because near ...
... for our needs. We ended up with a small Kia car but it suited us for the 4 days we were there. The car was around $200 for 5 days!
Upon our arrival at Coral Reef Beach Aruba, we were greeted by Julie, who upgraded us to their "treehouse" from the 2 rooms that we initially booked at no extra charge. The treehouse has an interesting lay out. Essentially, it has two king size ...
In Aruba we took a 2 1/2 - 3 hour tour. $30 a piece seemed very reasonable and there were only 18 - 20 of us. We saw several sights but the interesting part was to learn that a great portion of Aruba is desert. Most people just lanquish on a beach some where and never get the total picture of the island. I'm not saying ...