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    As a side note, there is a restaurant there called Navio that was fantastic. Our waiter (Greg) gave us the best service I have ever received while out to eat. Our food was a little late so he spun us up a free salad with an apology. He remembered our names and even got to know us a little bit. Im in sales my self and I can spot a true professional at work and that is exactly what he is. The food was fan-flipping-tastic too. I got The snapper and it was perfect. The presentation was out of this world, add the service and you got a 10 on my scale.

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    PS reading over that it sounds like a shill... I swear I don;t work there!

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    I'm back and had a wonderful stay. I wanted to take a look at the residences, but ran out of time. It would be nice to be on a permanent vacation there. I took some photos, but not too many. Will try to post them tonight before Ladytron. Brunch was great although I had to try a couple drinks until I found one I liked. Luckily my waitress kept sending them back. The spa was phenomenal. Oh my... it was incredible. I saw Jim. He makes me want to date a massage therapist. I forgot my watch in my robe and didn't realize it till hours later. They found it for me and all is well. I had dinner at the Brewery. I was disappointed they had no beer battered onion rings, but the chocolate cream puffs were yummy. For breakfast yesterday I found this little cafe called Classique. The service wasn't that bright, but the food was good. Now I'm back to reality.

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    I'm finally getting around to uploading some of the photos. It was so beautiful there. I hope to go back again soon.

    If somebody wants to drive down for brunch and massages on a Sunday, let me know.






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    wow.. that definitely looks like fun

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    I will be staying here from June 23-25 plan on getting some golf in and will differently check out Navio try and find Greg! Thank you Vixen and Size9 for doing all the foot work for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLS View Post
    I will be staying here from June 23-25 plan on getting some golf in and will differently check out Navio try and find Greg! Thank you Vixen and Size9 for doing all the foot work for me.
    I've played the Ocean Course and it is simply spectacular! You get right out on the cliffs, giving it a Pebble Beach like feel. Of course, being this close to the ocean it gets damn cold with the wind, so bring a good windbreaker!

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    I've done a few exotic drives that had lunch/breakfast there. Always a treat. I love the 'semiprivate' booths in the restaurant

    I'll go at the drop of a hat at this point.

    -Ben.

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    ritz is the sheeet.

    Except in San Juan, Puerto Ricans and Ritz are two words that don't connect.

    I can say that, I am one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by artherd View Post
    I've done a few exotic drives that had lunch/breakfast there. Always a treat. I love the 'semiprivate' booths in the restaurant

    I'll go at the drop of a hat at this point.

    -Ben.
    They let you close them for extra privacy.

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