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    OK gang, great response on the CN survey. Here goes: Besides the staff, what is the thing you love best about CSA? Wondering which one has the most loyal fans. Thanks gang!

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    The Atriums!

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    The beautiful grounds and magnificant beach!

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    The beach, and everything that entails - lounging, floating and the beach bars/drinks.

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    I love the white rafts to float in the crystal blue water everyday.

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    The Beach

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    The beach and the romantic atmosphere while walking in the night light.

    Life is good

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    The beach and Seagrapes!

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    The beach and the "no problem" vibe.

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    My floatie!

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    I love how sprawled out CSA is and the Atrium room. DH loves how well the resort fit in with the surrondings.

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    Do I really have to pick just one??
    The Beach
    The Sports Complex
    The Hammock on the Verandah
    The Food.

    Ok. That's 4. Sorry, but I just can't pick.
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    Cabana Grill's onion rings!
    Co-winners are: sweet potato chips, Purple Rain drink, tree frogs, and that beautiful tropical aroma of something that I could detect at night - - it must be some sort of flower, but I smelled all of the ones I could see (and got pollen stuck on my face!) and couldn't figure out where it came from!
    And the Blue Mountain coffee in Feathers!

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    Pulled pork pizza at Patois and the sweet potato chips/dip at Seagrapes.

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    The fact that we feel so welcome and that we belong. I never feel my age at Swept Away. It is a magical place.

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    I just booked trip #4 to CSA. I was tempted to try another Couples but after checking them all out the main reason I chose not to stray is the food! There are so many choices, all of them divine!
    Also, the spa is amazing. Just walking through the door transforms me. It's a magical place.
    And the giant verandas. And the beach. And the grounds.
    Basically, I love it so much that I just know I'd spend my vacation at any other resort wishing I was "home".

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    I love walking the beach and all the vendors on the beach.
    Juliann & Jeff
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    Quote Originally Posted by DianaD View Post
    Cabana Grill's onion rings!
    Co-winners are: sweet potato chips, Purple Rain drink, tree frogs, and that beautiful tropical aroma of something that I could detect at night - - it must be some sort of flower, but I smelled all of the ones I could see (and got pollen stuck on my face!) and couldn't figure out where it came from!
    And the Blue Mountain coffee in Feathers!
    mmmm..... french press blue mountain. I'm drooling.
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    It's hard to decide, but I'm going with the beach/water and all the things I do on (and in) those two things! I can hardly wait to get there on Saturday!!

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    OMG - DianaD you TOTALLY hit the target with the smell of the evening air. That's something I so look forward to, and it's something that is now in my brain....I also love the smell of my clothes when I open the suitcase....no, not my gym clothes, but the "non-smelly" clothes that still have the scent of the resort - beach, sun, suntan lotion, and that indescribable evening aroma.....Ahhhhh....If Couples could package that, I'd pay wwhatever it took!!

    OK - enough.....back to reality....

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    The beach and just the whole atmosphere of the resort.True paradise.

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    For Us...

    Fantastic Friends !!!
    Great Staff !!!
    Perfect Beach !!!

    Still Counting The Days Till CSA April 16th

    Chris & Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vee View Post
    mmmm..... french press blue mountain. I'm drooling.
    Am I insane to want to buy it here for like $40 a pound? Amazon.com has the real Wallenford stuff and I'm sure I can get the other certified brands too on the net. My niece from Paris is visiting next week - she's an expert at French press and I'm going to get her to teach me how to do it! Now - if only I could find Sangster's rum cream .....

    Diana D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DianaD View Post
    Am I insane to want to buy it here for like $40 a pound? Amazon.com has the real Wallenford stuff and I'm sure I can get the other certified brands too on the net. My niece from Paris is visiting next week - she's an expert at French press and I'm going to get her to teach me how to do it! Now - if only I could find Sangster's rum cream .....

    Diana D.
    Not totally insane..... just slightly. and if you only use it for special occasions, IMHO, it's OK. The trick to the French Press is to not pour the water over the grounds while it's boiling, or you burn the coffee. Let it cool just slightly, so it's ALMOST boiling and then pour the water. Also, you want the grind slightly coarser than for a drip pot so it doesn't filter through the mesh in the press. Let it sit for a few minutes (5-10 depending on how strong you like it) and then press down SLOWLY.

    Seriously, I'm drooling.
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    Can't say just one thing....

    Seagrapes, Hummingbird drink, Patois pizzas, Ultimate Chocolate singalong, SPA, snorkeling, breakfast at the Palm's, and the list goes on.

    Angie
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