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Old Wednesday, August 4th, 2004, 07:56 AM
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What are the best places to get sushi?
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I can't come near eating sushi, but my wife loves it - we normally stay at the Ren, and there's a place within walking distance that she ate at a few times. It's in with the shops and restaurants in the Seaport Marketplace, there's a Sbarro's right next to it. I got some food there and brought it to the sushi place so I could eat with her . Depending on where you're staying, try this place - she raved about it!
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I hear Benihana is the place to go. Also the restaurant in the Wyndham seems to be very good. You can also get Chinese there so if you are not in the mood for sushi you can order something else.
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I can't come near eating sushi, but my wife loves it - we normally stay at the Ren, and there's a place within walking distance that she ate at a few times. It's in with the shops and restaurants in the Seaport Marketplace, there's a Sbarro's right next to it. I got some food there and brought it to the sushi place so I could eat with her . Depending on where you're staying, try this place - she raved about it!
Kevin means Sushi-Ya. It is at the side of the Seaport Casino.
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Amo Aruba y es muchas maravillas naturales.También lo amo soy alimento de muchas naciones



Your spanish sentence is not entirely correct, I hope you don't mind but it would be perfect if you changed it to this.

Amo Aruba y su cantidad de maravillas naturales. Tambien amo su mezcla de muchas naciones.

( I love Aruba and her many miracles of nature. I also love her mix of many nations).

Alimento means food. I think you meant to say something about the many nationalities living together here.
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Amo Aruba y es muchas maravillas naturales.También lo amo soy alimento de muchas naciones





Your spanish sentence is not entirely correct, I hope you don't mind but it would be perfect if you changed it to this.

Amo Aruba y su cantidad de maravillas naturales. Tambien amo su mezcla de muchas naciones.

( I love Aruba and her many miracles of nature. I also love her mix of many nations).

Alimento means food. I think you meant to say something about the many nationalities living together here.
Actually, I was commenting on its food from all ethnicities. from japanese to south american, i love all of the different food that Aruba has to offer. Hope that helps!
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Actually, I was commenting on its food from all ethnicities. from japanese to south american, i love all of the different food that Aruba has to offer. Hope that helps!
Than it should read. Amo Aruba y su muchas maravillas naturales. Tambien amo su alimento de muchas naciones. Soy, means I am. Now you are saying: Also I love, I am food of many nations.

Amo Aruba y su muchas maravillas naturales.También amo su alimento de muchas naciones
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I did not realize that in order to post, one must be grammatically correct. If that's the case, it would be better to begin your post with "then", rather than "than." Getting back to the true subject of this thread, Sandra, do you know of any good sushi restaurants?
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Heard the Marriott is good. Also there is a kiosk in the lobby of LaCabana but they only open at 6:00 pm.
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try Restaurant Sushi-Ya in the Seaport Marketplace!!
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Richard, my wife loved their sushi! I snuck next door to Sbarro and brought some lasagna back to eat with her...
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I did not realize that in order to post, one must be grammatically correct. If that's the case, it would be better to begin your post with "then", rather than "than." Getting back to the true subject of this thread, Sandra, do you know of any good sushi restaurants?
I already mentioned the Benihana and the one in Wyndham. See my first two posts to this thread.
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I saw an advertisement on the television from Wong Sheung Wong. They claim they have the best chinese and sushi on the island.

They are located behind the mainstreet in Oranjestad, on the other side of the parking lot of the RBTT at the end of mainstreet.
Perhaps worth a try?
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Try our New Restaurant, Gari & Wasabi!!!
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BLOSSOMS at the Westin hotel is a very nice place.

Chinese, Japanese and Sushi all 3 in the place
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