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Thread: Family Trip Number 12, July 19 -26

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    Senior Member Pegmeister's Avatar
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    We like Daniels. I think the service is a lot less hectic than Giannis so it feels more relaxed. Love the filet mignon there.

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    Welcome to the posting side! The detour at night is not too bad. We did it several times when the other side of the rotary was closed. Have a great time!
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    Sounds like you're off to a great start! Enjoy your vacation and check in when you can! We live for trip reports!!
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    Day 3 started with breakfast at Linda's. First time we've been there in 15 trips. I have no idea why we waited so long. My wife had the strawberry pancake with whipped cream. Both were great. Got out to the beach at Marriott at 10 AM, stayed until 5 ish. It's really easy to lose track of both date and time on the island. Dinner was at Gianni's, so we stayed within the Gianni's group for our first three dinners.

    Day 4 started with a light breakfast, and out to the beach at 9:30. My lunch was a lobster roll from Waves, based on reading one of Bradrobster's posts. The lobster roll was delicious and, surprisingly, much cheaper than a lobster roll in the Boston, or Cape Cod areas
    . Dinner was at Hadicurari, followed by hanging out in the hotel lobby watching Amy Sorinio perform. she is amazingly talented and entertaining.
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    Agree on Amy Sorinio being amazing. She is usually at the Marriott Tuesday and Friday nights. Sounds like you are having a wonderful vacation!

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperFan1 View Post
    Day 3 started with breakfast at Linda's. First time we've been there in 15 trips. I have no idea why we waited so long. My wife had the strawberry pancake with whipped cream. Both were great. Got out to the beach at Marriott at 10 AM, stayed until 5 ish. It's really easy to lose track of both date and time on the island. Dinner was at Gianni's, so we stayed within the Gianni's group for our first three dinners.

    Day 4 started with a light breakfast, and out to the beach at 9:30. My lunch was a lobster roll from Waves, based on reading one of Bradrobster's posts. The lobster roll was delicious and, surprisingly, much cheaper than a lobster roll in the Boston, or Cape Cod areas
    . Dinner was at Hadicurari, followed by hanging out in the hotel lobby watching Amy Sorinio perform. she is amazingly talented and entertaining.
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    Sounds like a wonderful trip!
    Loving Aruba from NJ
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    I love Linda's and make a point to go there at least once during my annual trip! glad you enjoyed it.

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperFan1 View Post
    Day 3 started with breakfast at Linda's. First time we've been there in 15 trips. I have no idea why we waited so long. My wife had the strawberry pancake with whipped cream. Both were great. Got out to the beach at Marriott at 10 AM, stayed until 5 ish. It's really easy to lose track of both date and time on the island. Dinner was at Gianni's, so we stayed within the Gianni's group for our first three dinners.

    Day 4 started with a light breakfast, and out to the beach at 9:30. My lunch was a lobster roll from Waves, based on reading one of Bradrobster's posts. The lobster roll was delicious and, surprisingly, much cheaper than a lobster roll in the Boston, or Cape Cod areas
    . Dinner was at Hadicurari, followed by hanging out in the hotel lobby watching Amy Sorinio perform. she is amazingly talented and entertaining.
    ​Laura from NH/Divi Village

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