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Old October 18th, 2009, 02:08 PM
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Default Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville?

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We are sailing on the Independence of the seas in January to St Marrten, ST Thomas, Peurto Rico, and Labidee.

Does anyone know if there is a Margaritaville at any of these locations.

If not, is there anything similar.

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Old October 18th, 2009, 02:27 PM
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Nope..In the Caribbean, they are mainly in Jamaica There IS a Senior Frog's in San Juan. It's a real wild place with great drinks, food & "atmosphere". There is also a Fat Tuesdays in St Thomas on the waterfront which is also good. In St. Maarten, I would recommend Ric's Place. They have pretty good Tex-Mex food and good drinks!

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Old October 18th, 2009, 02:34 PM
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Talk about an informative, intelligent reply.

Thanks very much, we've been to Senoir Frogs in Cancun and Fat Tuesday's in Vegas. Im sure I've heard of Ric's place.

You've just improved our cruise by about 90 %.

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Nope..In the Caribbean, they are mainly in Jamaica There IS a Senior Frog's in San Juan. It's a real wild place with great drinks, food & "atmosphere". There is also a Fat Tuesdays in St Thomas on the waterfront which is also good. In St. Maarten, I would recommend Ric's Place. They have pretty good Tex-Mex food and good drinks!

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I'd also add Barrachina for San Juan - it's just a short walk up the hill in San Juan on Fortaleza and worth it if you like pina coladas. It's supposedly the birthplace of the pina colada, and they are very tasty. You could do a bar tour of sorts in any of these ports and have lots of fun!
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I'd also add Barrachina for San Juan - it's just a short walk up the hill in San Juan on Fortaleza and worth it if you like pina coladas. It's supposedly the birthplace of the pina colada, and they are very tasty. You could do a bar tour of sorts in any of these ports and have lots of fun!
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Gives you the answers the brochures dont!

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where does Independence leave from? There is a Margaritaville in Orlando...if it leaves from PC you could make it there...otrher wise they are all in the W Carib
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Here is my son with his favorite I am Jamaican look,
He looks quite proud to be Jamaican, and he should be!
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where does Independence leave from? There is a Margaritaville in Orlando...if it leaves from PC you could make it there...otrher wise they are all in the W Carib
A die-hard Parrothead could definitely handle the 3 hour drive!
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Margaritaville Cafe locations include:
Mexico: Cancun and Cozumel
Caribbean: Cayman Islands, Jamaica and Grand Turk
US: Key West, Orlando, New Orleans and others.
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get to visit the Orlando one two weeks from today!!! So exciting to see the ones we havent been to
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get to visit the Orlando one two weeks from today!!! So exciting to see the ones we havent been to
The M'ville in Orlando is very cool. The Hemisphere Dancer is outside--great picture spot. Inside, JD from Radio Margaritaville broadcasts live on RM in the afternoon.

My brother about flipped his lid one day when I was interviewed live on Radio Margaritaville and gave a shout out to him. Great times and great people.

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Smile Nacho's

We've been to the one's in Vegas, Cancun, Cozumel, Grand Caymen and Orlando.
There's always a great 'Vibe', and people seem to be having a great time.

Those Nacho volcanoes are a bit of a handful!

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I think that is the best thing on the menu. We tried them in Grand Cayman.

Everytime friends and family come from out of town we seem to end up at the local Margarittaville.
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There is also one in Key West and a new one in Panama City Beach. I've been to the 3 in Florida and they are all fun, depending on the day/night!

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