Aruba Must Sees - Oranjestad. Oranjestad is the capital and Aruba's only town of any size. It has a lively feel with a variety of restaurants, nightclubs, and casinos. Much of the architecture combines Dutch gables and baroque ornamentation with Caribbean colours like pistachio, ochre, pink, and aqua. The result is a sun-drenched gingerbread confection with a touch of theme-park squeaky cleanliness. This sign is seen in many places around the island and makes for a good photo op.
Aruba Restaurants - Hostaria da' Vittorio. Hostaria da’ Vittorio is a splendid Italian restaurant where the Master Chef flies in most of his ingredients fresh from Italy. You have the choice of air-conditioned comfort inside, a large open-air patio under the stars and even a half-way house conservatory space which is where I chose to dine. It's also within easy walking distance of most of the High Rise resorts.
An excellent Italian restaurant in Aruba... beautiful place too!
The renowned two-mile-long strip known as Palm Beach Aruba* is home to glamorous high-rise hotels in Aruba and dotted by water sports concessions, piers, beach bars, restaurants and shops. Calm waters make this a comfortable haven for swimmers and snorkelers.
Restaurants in Aruba to Experience Local Flavor - Manchebo Beach Resort & Spa
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