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    All of the restaurants are way to expensive and they aren't even good. I feel really bad for people that come back year after year. All of the activities i did were way over priced! I have traveled up and down the east coast of USA and I could have more fun going to maine. Aruba isn't nice I am planning a trip to bahamas, puerto rico, hawaii and i will have a real vacation. Obviously if you you come back every year you don't travel anywhere i am never stepping foot on this smelly repulsive island.

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    you're going to spout off about aruba and this is your first real vacation. initially i was disturbed that you would talk about one of my favorite places this way, but what do you really know. you are one less person i have to deal with on the beach or in a restaurant. try jamaica, dominican rep or maybe mexico and venture away from the resort.

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    Ditto Explorer213........ I certainly hope marino is planning multiple trips as Hawaii is not any where near either the bahamas, or Puerto Rico.....

    On behalfs of the state of Maine where I live ( yes on the Coast) thanks.... but please stay away from here too.....

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    Marino....you tried ALL the restaurants?? That was no mean feat. Did you start at the North end and eat your way south, or did you eat from east to west ? I hope you were able to critique the Burger King

    If you think Hawaii is cheap...think again. Also Bahamas...check the weather carefully for either Hurricanes or Cold Fronts

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    marino has stated/his her opinion.
    unfortunately he/she has insulted many of us.

    remember the rules here.

    let's remember not to stoop to those levels when we respond.

    if folks feel the need to respond to the post, please please please, do not attack this novice vacationer personally.

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