Food was decent, soup was the best. Breakfast was probably the best thing to eat there. I had the French toast and it was good. It would have been nice to have fresh squeezed juice instead of bottle juices especially since we are in an island. The garlic seafood (lobster and shrimp) was ok but not something to write home about.
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