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    Question Aloe Museum/Factory

    Hi!
    Has anyone been to the Aloe Museum/Factroy? Is it far from the Hyatt? Is it worth going to? How long do you spend there?
    It has been raining really bad for three days and doesn't look good for tomorrow. Need something to do indoors. Still love the island, just need some sunshine!
    Thanks!

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    I'm so sorry that its raining in Aruba. I just got back last Wednesday. Not a drop of rain during the day in the 31 days I was there. Truthfully, I don't think the Aloe Museum is worth going to but if you really want to go, it's not that far from the high rise area - approx. 10 min. drive. Directions from the Hyatt: Take Palm Beach Rd. (Hard Rock Cafe) up to the traffic light. Make a right going towards downtown. At the 1st roundabout (right past Adventure Golf), go around circle 3/4 way turning inland by the Texasco station. There is a sign on the right side of the road approx. 1 mile down for the turn to the Aloe Store/Museum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by susan View Post
    Hi!
    Has anyone been to the Aloe Museum/Factroy? Is it far from the Hyatt? Is it worth going to? How long do you spend there?
    It has been raining really bad for three days and doesn't look good for tomorrow. Need something to do indoors. Still love the island, just need some sunshine!
    Thanks!
    Rain? Ugh...sorry about that.

    Aloe trip was good for 1-1/2 hours, thought it was pretty good. Not far from where you are.
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    We visited the plant 2 yrs ago. I found it very interesting. Went thru the plant on a tour and had a short movie about the history. Shop at the end of the tour. That should kill about 1.5 hours for you. SOrry to hear its raining.

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    Thanks Much! I think i'll give it a try!
    Susan

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