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Trip Report Aruba honeymoon trip report

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Our honeymoon trip report has been posted at http://www.mightymac.org/aruba We stayed 6 nights at the Radisson Resort, where we were generously upgraded to an 1,100 sq ft suite. Sitting on the balcony in the morning was one of my favorite things on the trip. The last two mornings, there were even rainbows.

Other highlights included the ABC Jeep Tour http://www.mightymac.org/aruba/10aruba03.htm SNUBA on the wreck of the German freighter Antilla http://www.mightymac.org/aruba/10aruba13.htm and the Submarine Atlantis Tour http://www.mightymac.org/aruba/10aruba16.htm

My three favorite meals came during the last half of our vacation. They were at Amazonia, Zeerover, and the Screaming Eagle. They couldn't be much more different from each other, but those are the Aruba restaurants that I would be most likely to visit again.

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