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    Obviously, to all, Andrea is a gem and always responds with answers to inquiries. Welcome to the forum. Hope to see more postings.

    Ed

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    thanks ed you are a sweet kind gentleman.
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    Obviously, to all, Andrea is a gem and always responds with answers to inquiries. Welcome to the forum. Hope to see more postings.

    Ed

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    yes, Andrea has been extremely helpful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    thanks ed you are a sweet kind gentleman.
    One more question - when I was there before, I would just hop in a cab and have them drive to whatever restaurant I had wanted to go to that night. Is that still the best way to get around? What is the typical cab fare from a hotel like the Westin to some popular restaurants?

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    http://www.aruba.com/thingstodo/gett...imousines.aspx
    click above link for taxi fares.
    then go to the right side of the page and click for a detailed chart.

    lots take taxis
    lots take the public bus
    lots rent cars

    it is all about your needs
    :-)

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    Thanks again, Andrea.

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    you are welcome
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    Thanks again, Andrea.

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    Jeff, Aruba experienced a growth in tourism and to accommodate this there has been resort development. As a natural equal to the "MORE BUTTS IN BED" syndrome, there are now more attractions and restaurants - most great but not all good. A little too much "Americana" has sneaked in but that is also a given with 'growth'. What has not changed is the experience and the joy that this little island seems to give to millions.
    I bring as an example the group of LAGO KIDS that grew up on Aruba 65 years ago and it would seem they would be aghast at the changes, yet they aren't and I could almost swear that they don't see them because of their love for the essence of this rock.

    Come down without any expectations and without prejudices and look for what it is that tempts you to return. I feel you will find it.

    Be well
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