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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    i do not know i will email and ask about the elevator

    Andrea-you are on vacation-I can send an email-just thought maybe you had used an elevator since it is on 2nd floor.

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    August 14 Saturday

    Lindas for dinner on Palm beach rd.......on the left in the strip mall/3 restaurant mall on the left after the valero station.
    We both had their DUTCH tomato soup, i had chicken sate' and paul had ham and cheese on a wonderfully delicious baguette. as an afterthought we also ordered tomato soup to go for dinner tomorrow............tuna sandwiches and tomato soup for a sunday night supper!!!
    our friends sherry and murray ordered the dutch pizzas, he hamburg, she mushroom.....we all had cokes. combined bills including tip was $61.

    we really really love Lindas.
    all of their food is wonderful.
    probably will go for the dutch pancakes later in our stay!

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    Thanks for the great reviews. I still wake up longing for Linda's Dutch Apple Pancakes and their great iced coffee for breakfast even though it has been a month since we were there. Enjoy!

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    August 17

    MADAME JANETTE

    WOW
    never disappointing.
    Unfortunately on the way to MJs we were rear ended and that put a huge damper on our evening.

    By the time we got to MJs we were an hour late, but our table was waiting!

    Service was excellent, jorge was our waiter and he is so handsome.
    We started with a scallop and some type of relish appetizer and it was terrific.
    Dinner for us was light as we were still stunned, sore and unsure if we even wanted to eat dinner.............
    I had a ceasar salad with huge grilled shrimp.
    Paul had Caribbean Delight Grouper.
    Both our dinners were perfect.
    For dessert we shared a sorbet trio with almonds and mint.

    Loved every bite!

    Nothing will surpass our top 2 aruba restaurants COOKS and Madame Janette.
    Tonight B55 a must for casual high carb dining with a really cool view!

    signing off for now.

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    tonight aug 18 wed

    dinner at B55
    4 chicken dishes
    1 grouper
    all served with........potato salad, tossed salad, baked potato, rice, plantain chip, cabbage/carrots.
    hahahahahaha
    dr atkins NOT
    we dined with SUGAR (aka kathy ) BillnStella (aka stella) and omgosh kathy's sister pat (?)

    our bill was $29.14
    2 entrees, 1 coke and 1 balashi
    cannot beat that huh?

    it was nice to see our Animal Relief Foundation folks.
    these are the nice folks that help with animal education, dog spay and neutoring and adoptions.
    in fact.....kathy has 2 pups that need homes and a larger dog that has a home, just needs to get there.

    for any and all questions about this marvelous rescue/educational/adoption group private message SUGAR or Cheryl on this site.

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    Arrow A.R.F. Aruba: Animal Relief Foundation of Aruba

    A.R.F. Aruba: Animal Relief Foundation of Aruba
    http://www.arfaruba.com/

    "The Animal Relief Foundation for Aruba, founded and operated by concerned American tourists, is a not-for-profit corporation, the mission of which is to raise funds and organize programs to provide care for the homeless, hungry, injured, sick, abused and neglected dogs and cats of Aruba.

    Care often includes veterinary services, spay/neuter, vaccinations, de-worming, food, shelter and placement of homeless animals in suitable foster and forever homes. We hope and expect that these efforts will impact the public health and image of Aruba in a positive manner and decrease the risk of animal related injuries and disease.

    YOUR DONATIONS WILL MAKE A HUGE DIFFERENCE IN THEIR LIVES."

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