OK, so the bad news first: Aruba's famous Natural Bridge collapsed back in 2005, so the limestone formation in question--once a 23-foot-high, 100-foot-long rock arch--lives on in name only. But that doesn't mean this rugged seashore along the island's northern coast doesn't still hold plenty of appeal, not least because several smaller natural bridges are within easy reach.
Natural Bridge also features a souvenir shop and café, and still a fair number of tourists having their picture taken in front of the rubbly remnants of one of Aruba's best-known landmarks.
This plaza mall really seems to have everything to occupy your day. From dawn to dusk, starting in... Read more