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First of all, the hours posted on T.A. are wrong. We got there about 10:30 on a Thursday morning and it was open — in fact, there was a tour bus as well as quite a few motorcyclists and ATV riders. It’s a nice little...More
We visited the chapel on our UTV tour of the island. It is a quaint little church with views of the desert and water. It would be interesting to have a service there. The chapel I think is able to be reached by a car...More
We had Alto Vista Chapel for Christmas Mass; this is the first chapel that has auditorium outside the building that we visited. We felt included even we did not spoke the language and our rite is different.
We took a trip around the Chapel in...More
The chapel itself is very small, but symbolic of the faith of the Arubian people. We spent 5-10 minutes there taking photos. Then took our little rental car on to an off road adventure, starting on the dirt road right next to the chapel. The...More
Can you drive to the Chapel on the windward side with a small car from the Cal lighthouse or do you have to drive from west to east to get there?
July 28, 2013|
Yes, a small car is fine. It's an easy drive from the Palm Beach area.
Alto Vista Chapel Vendor (0 Replies)
Hi, I was in Aruba in 2009 and bought my grandmother beautiful rosary beads from a local vendor outside of the chapel. Would anyone happen to know the name of the vendor? My grandmother loved the beads and passed away this week and was hoping to get more of them in her memory. Thank you
December 09, 2016|
Larchmont, New York
Please Help with Itinerary (10 Replies)
I'm hoping someone can please help me put together a loose itinerary for a 6 night March trip involving me, my wife and 18 month old daughter. We've rented a car for the entire trip and are staying on Palm Beach (Holiday Inn). In addition to beach and pool time every day, we want to do an activity or two for a couple of hours, so that we explore the island and visit especially beautiful and/or interesting sites. I've looked at maps and it seems that the Ayo Rock Formations and Donkey...More
January 29, 2015|
The Butterfly Farm is a short distance from the Holiday Inn and could be done anytime. I would go there when you first arrive, because with you paid admission you can return to the farm as many times as you want for the week.