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What to do in St. Maarten?

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So we're going to St. Maarten after Easter, staying at the Westin Dawn Beach. No choice of hotel....the trip is all-expenses paid via my husband's company for their Century Club. Of the activity choices given, we have chosen to do the America's Cup experience one day and a snorkeling trip the other. We get to have dinner on our own one night and I'm thinking of Stone. (we aren't very adventurous eaters) However, we are staying 2 extra days and want to do some other things. I think I understand that we'll need a car, and that Mr. Busby's is the place to go for breakfast. Beyond that we are considering deep sea fishing, and I was thinking of a visit to Tijon for the perfume making class. We aren't terribly athletic, although my husband is a very seasoned scuba diver. He isn't married to the idea of diving here, though, as we here it isn't good and we went to Belize in September and got in 9 great dives.

Any suggestions for meals and/or activities?

Also, should we bring euros with us?

Thanks in advance!

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