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    Senior Member wildewoman's Avatar
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    Fishes & More ~

    If we're staying at the Surf Club - can we walk to Fishes & More?

    Many thanks!!

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    You can walk there but its a little far.Its across the road from the Radison.

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    Thanks. Maybe a taxi then!!

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    Or walk on the beach boardwalk from the Surf Club to the Holiday Inn. Go through the lobby to the street where you can catch the bus if it's too far to walk. The bus only stops at the Marriott Resort not the Ocean or Surf Clubs.

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    Naahhh you don't need a taxi its not far at all....I have bum knees and feet and do it all the time....its a nice walk you can cut through where the holiday inn is and either walk the beach or go through parking lot near the holiday inn casino and it brings you right out to moombas..which is next to surf club...you will see its not bad...believe me if I can walk it anyone can.








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    Just so I'm clear - walk to the Holiday Inn - get to the street - then take the bus. Then do this in reverse to get home.

    I think we can do this.



    Do the buses take exact change? Do you have an idea of how much per ride?

    Many thanks!!

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    NO, you do not have to take the bus, it is NOT that far.

    If you go to http://www.restaurantsaruba.com/driving_directions_roadmap.html and enter Marriott Surf Club and Fishes & More and you will see the route by road. 3/4 mile

    Walking the beach from the Surf Club to the Holiday Inn, through their lobby and out onto the street and down figure .60 mile.
    http://www.wikimapia.org/#lat=12.5729313&lon=-70.0452662&z=16&l=0&m=b&gz=0;-700456095;125697374;6974;0;11158;44924;0;47646

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    by the time one waits for the bus, the walk can be completed .
    agree with lisa.......foot transportation is the most logical.
    plus the walk is kind of like a meandering window shopping kind of walk.
    if weather is "iffy" or your feet are sore then yes, bus or taxi.......all very short ride.

    here is a bus schedule. http://www.arubus.com/

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    Cool!! Great map Lisa!! We love to walk - so that will be our plan!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildewoman View Post
    Just so I'm clear - walk to the Holiday Inn - get to the street - then take the bus. Then do this in reverse to get home.

    I think we can do this.



    Do the buses take exact change? Do you have an idea of how much per ride?

    Many thanks!!
    At some point during your vacation you might want to take the bus downtown. Cost of the bus is $1.30 one way or $2.30 round trip. The driver does make change but try to have small bills. When we were in Aruba two months ago, my friends son and his girlfriend gave the driver $20. The driver wouldn't make change. A person on the bus who they didn't know had kindly paid their bus fare. Try to stick with $10's or preferably $5. bill.

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