Caribbean Palm Village Resort

Address: Palm Beach Road, Noord, Aruba | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort, located on Palm Beach Road, Noord, is near Baby Beach, California Lighthouse, Arashi Beach, and The Antilla.
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      Travel Blogs from Noord

      Spent the morning with another "Ass" family member

      A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 04, 2014

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      ... under the shade and stood there for a few mins and she still didn’t see us. So we walked around a little further and then she saw us.





      “Finished?” she asked. “Yes” we replied glad that she was still there and we hadn’t paid her in advance.




      Off we went again past lots of supermarkets - all owned by Chinese she said, and across the island past some expensive condos and houses which ...

      Noord parade

      A travel blog entry by nyukwha on Feb 22, 2014

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      ... a school parade and there are Reina’s in abundance: every class of every participating school seems to have chosen a Reina. No wonder an Aruban girl's fancy is being a reina throughout the year.

      There is also a group of an institute for people with a disability or "with special needs" as it is called here. With a Reina and Prins ...

      Days 190 - 205: Crusing in the Southern Caribbean

      A travel blog entry by djmorton on Nov 16, 2013

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      ... on arrival before being whisked away for the first of many three course lunches. That morning at the Fort Lauderdale Port, a mere 5 cruise liners with nearly 20,000 people disembarked then again embarked. It was the smoothest checkin process we've ever had. To feel like you're the only ones checking in, when in fact there's 2,800 beings on your ship, is quite something. After physically stuffing ourselves so much with tasty deliciousness we unpacked our clothes... in drawers. Those ...

      We actually did something today

      A travel blog entry by drmom on Mar 30, 2013

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      ... largest of which you can climb, giving some great views. The stairs to get down were quite steep, but manageable. After that we went to the California lighthouse, named for a titanic-era steamship that crashed nearby. There’s a nice-looking Italian restaurant up by the lighthouse that has an amazing view...I’m sure it’s a go-to place for dinner. We went by the big resort area with nice, but crowded, ...

      The Antilla - A Shipwreck

      A travel blog entry by brownsinrsa on Dec 04, 2012

      ... much more to come later in the trip), and I saw a huge barracuda. When Mike surfaced, after a 50 minute dive, it was fun to hear about the wreck. They went mostly around the perimeter. To actually go into shipwrecks requires a more advanced certification. This was his first official dive for his log book because he didn't log the one he did in Vietnam. I enjoyed Mike's excitement about getting to dive again. Instead of getting a ride back to the ...