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Caya G.F. Betico Croes
Aruba is a paradise for shoppers. And this leafy central street, named for an Aruban freedom fighter, is its main attraction. The half-mile stretch, which is lined with palm trees and a charming, antique street car service is chock-a-block with pastel-hued buildings in the Dutch colonial style housing all variety of stores. There’s a blend of offerings from high-end fashion and jewelry to souvenir T-shirts and postcards. Housewares outposts are of particular note. Must-buys include Dutch Edam cheese (it’s wrapped in red wax) and the iconic blue-and-white Delft-style pottery.