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  1. #1
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    2 more days and counting!!!!

    OMG, 2 more days until Aruba. Well actually 3, but we leave for the airport around 2 A.M. Friday. We got our intinerary for the entire trip.

    Has anyone gone on a Group Catamaran sail and snorkel? We are also on the Aruba Adrenaline Rush, speed boat and snorkel. What about a Carnival themed dinner on Rennisance (sp) Island? What love to hear comments on any. We are sooooo excited. I haven't packed yet... yikes. I seem to be walking in circles and can't focus on much. Plus, I am trying hard not to go over 50 lbs on luggage.

    Has anyone else had layover in JFK? We have I think 2 hours to kill when we get to JFK. Is there much to do other than wait at the gate? We are flying American. Any breakfast places that are good?

    O.K. enouth rambling, I have to settle myself down and get the washing machine moving. Time to pack.

    Thanks in advance for any comments regarding activities and airport info at JFK.

  2. #2
    Senior Member Terry Joz's Avatar
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    May 2007
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    Catalina Beach (snorkling) Lighthouse Beach (Marriott) casino's Mirandi's, Moomba's,Wacky Wahoo,Barefoot, Suise Chalet Marriott Ocean Club pool bar DePalm Island
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    Hi Mom22:
    I'm leaving 1n 18 day's and looking forward. I have the Aruba rush also. There are places to get breakfast and shops in the terminal, also a bar if you want to start your trip with a bloody mary!! We went a group catamaran a few years back had a great time. They took you to some good snorkle sites.
    Have a wonderful trip
    Terry Joz

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    Member Shopaholic's Avatar
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    I love the whole island, so it's hard to choose, but if I have to then I would say baby beach & the natural bridge area
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    I can't wait for my 12th visit to the beautiful island of Aruba. Although on the down side once the time arrives it passes too quickly, and I 'll have to wait another whole year.

  4. #4
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    The "cat" trip is excellent for young or old...great time!!!!!!! You will enjoy it. Have a wonderful trip and smooth flying.

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    Senior Member cindyo's Avatar
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    Reniassance Island & Surf Club Lazy River
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    We do the depalm catamaran( 100ft boat) every year for the past 4 yrs. We actually did 2 rides this year. The sunset sail was more adult-ish, and the snorkle was very kid friendly. Depends on your pocketbook, time of day you want to sail, and who's going. LOVE,LOVE,LOVE that boat. Check out my photo in the gallery of the boat,and i also posted some pics. cindyo

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    I think the "Cat" is where it is at!!!! I have been witness to the native dancing by our forum member "Love God". What I can say is the boat is great the dancing is suspect!!!! He claims he has fancy feet!!!

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    Senior Member cindyo's Avatar
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    ok ken, what is the "cat"?

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    The Catamaran, on the sunset cruise they dance and have a good time. We have done it many times!!

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