During this Easter and Passover season, we are happy to bring family and friends together for experiences that connect us. Our live webcam is available from sunrise to sunset, showing the wonders of Acqualina to inspire and relax you during this time.
As you will be celebrating the holidays at home, we wanted to ensure it’s a memorable one. We hope you enjoy these festive activities from Hidden Pictures where you can have fun with the little ones finding the decorated Easter Eggs and the hidden Afikomen to creating unique towel art of the Easter Bunny. To relive the beautiful memories of time spent with your families on our sandy shores, we have created a collage of special moments from years past. Plus, there is a new recipe to make Matzo Balls. Until we can meet again, stay well and safe this season.
From our family to yours, we wish you and your loved ones a happy and healthy Easter and Passover!
For a fun and engaging Easter and Passover family activity, we challenge you to find images of bunnies, eggs and Afikomen within these pictures of our property. Hint: there are 21 objects to find in all!
Memories of Acqualina
Through the years, we have created so many wonderful memories together especially during the Easter and Passover holidays. We hope you enjoy these cherished moments creating lasting bonds and friendships during these special experiences while at Acqualina.
Adding a Personal Touch Through Towel Art
As part of our Dream Maker culture, our team members are passionate about creating unique moments that we refer to as “Wow Stories,” pleasant surprises for our guests. One of the examples showing how we deliver a special touch is through our animal towel art. We have surprised and delighted many guests throughout the years with our fun towel sculptures. Since it’s Easter time, this is your opportunity to make your own towel art of a bunny while at home. We hope you will enjoy this step-by-step video.
A Traditional Recipe For You
We are excited and eager to welcome you again soon to your home away from home.
Until then, we wanted to share this traditional Matzo Ball recipe provided by Aroma Kosher Catering to enhance your celebrations while at home.
- 2 Tb Vegetable Oil
- 2 Large Eggs, slightly beaten
- Yi Cup Matzo Meal
- 2 Tb of broth or Water with 1 tsp Sal
Step 1: In a bowl, beat the eggs and add vegetable oil, matzo meal, salt and blend together. Add broth or water and mix until it is uniform.
Step 2: Cover and refrigerate for about 20 minutes. Meanwhile, bring 6 cups of salted water to a brisk boil.
Step 3: Remove chilled matzo ball mixture from refrigerator. Moisten hands and form batter into balls approximately 1 inch in diameter.
Step 4: Reduce heat. Drop matzo balls into boiling water.
Step 5: Cover tightly and simmer until thoroughly cooked, about 30 – 40 minutes.