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    Question Dinner with your feet in the ocean? (Well almost)

    I have a quick question for all you Aruba lovers -- A coworker of mine (a while back) was speaking about a restaurant in which you can pretty much eat your dinner and be that close to the water ... does this ring a bell with anyone or did I imagine the whole thing in my many Aruba dreams?

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    the old man in the sea is right on the beach

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    Thanks! Also was wondering if there were any specific bars worth checking out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by apach View Post
    I have a quick question for all you Aruba lovers -- A coworker of mine (a while back) was speaking about a restaurant in which you can pretty much eat your dinner and be that close to the water ... does this ring a bell with anyone or did I imagine the whole thing in my many Aruba dreams?

    Depends on how far back you are talking...Old Man and the Sea hasn't been open that long, I think it was oct/nov time frame. He could have been talking about Flying Fishbone.

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    well, with flying fishbone you can literally eat with your feat in the water. they have 3-4 tables on the outer edge of the shoreline in the water. but beware, i've seen couples get swamped with the occassional waves from the speedboats that pass by. also, the crashing waves, no matter how subtle, do cause a splash and gets your pants, shorts wet.

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    The following restaurants are on the beach....tables (and your feet) are in the sand near the water's edge:

    Old Man & The Sea
    Flying Fishbone
    Passions

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    There is also the Sunset Bistro. We have had dinner there over the years and sat with feet close to the water. Food had not been so good the last time we went, used to be much better.

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    Simply Fish at the Marriott Stellaris...


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    Here is a direct link to the video I made of The Old Man and The Sea Video. It will show you some seating options.

    http://bentpage.wordpress.com/2008/1...taurant-video/

    Enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SanNic44 View Post
    Here is a direct link to the video I made of The Old Man and The Sea Video. It will show you some seating options.

    http://bentpage.wordpress.com/2008/1...taurant-video/

    Enjoy.

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    Very nice video of the restaurant. Are they open for lunch??
    Btw, I'm planning to pickup your book at the local library for my trip.
    Next Aruba trip in

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