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    Yes, That's the one. It was so delicious, we went the day we landed and then the following Saturday. The amount of lobster we ate was obscene. The lobster bisque is delicious, seared ahi was very good and the Tres Leches dessert is sublime. The pizza was really good too, and I usually ignore those at buffets.


    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    are you talking about the "seafood extravaganza" at the LAVISTA at the Marriott Hotel?

    we went there, using our gambling points and found the meal to be WONDERFUL.
    I had nothing but protein.
    I had grilled caribbean lobster which was tender and sweet, also had delicious grilled grouper and wahoo, also grilled.
    Although many of us, me included are used to New England lobster, the caribbean lobster was indeed wonderful.


    We have 0 gambling points remaining, but maybe we will hit up the seafood buffet anyway. we loved it.

    and the sushi...............LOVED IT TOO.

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    i too at lavista ate an obscene amount of grilled lobster tails (maybe 4 or 5)

    tell me, you have a link to curacao hotel reviews in your signature line. if you have been to curacao, how did you think aruba compared?

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    I would love to go to Curacao. I also wonder what the differences are?
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    I saw that, and really wondered why it was there. It was present as I was filling out my profile the other day. I've never been to Curacao, but would like to visit one day. Is there any way to remove that from my signature

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    well that is certainly weird.........a mysterious curacao link ;-)

    on the side menu on the left
    find user CP (control panel) and click it
    look on the left menu for EDIT SIGNATURE and click it
    then find that curacao link, highlight and then delete

    remember to hit SAVE!

    if u have probs, i will do it for you.
    i'll check back in a little while and if it is still there i will delete it for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    well that is certainly weird.........a mysterious curacao link ;-)
    Me thinks it is a leftover section of her travel ticker

    FWIW, I would return to Curaçao in a heartbeat.


    It will remind you some of Aruba, but is much larger.


    BUT if you love Aruba for her beaches, it is NOT going to be a vacation spot for you. The beaches with the exception of those which are man made with sand shipped in, have a coarse coral base. You definitely want to travel with a pair of water shoes.


    If you snorkel or dive, and beach is not important and you cannot get to Bonaire then Curaçao is the next best thing. We did a fantastic shore dive at Play Porto Mari below


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    Good to know. I'll stick with Aruba then, because I totally love those beaches!

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