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Does anybody know whether the beach at the Flying Fishbone Restaurant in Aruba is a nice place to spend the afternoon? We're thinking about shopping in the morning, having lunch at El Gaucho, then taking a taxi to the Flying Fishbone. Sounds like a great place to dine and watch the sunset.



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The Flying Fishbone beach is a small patch of beach where they set up their tables all the way up to the shore. It isn't very big and it is filled with tables and chairs. If you want to spend the afternoon at a beach before dinner I believe the closest beach would be baby beach. Just remember to make reservations at the flying fishbone they do get crowded especially during sunset.

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