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The pool at the Ramada is the favourite hangout of travellers. Most visitors lounge around on the deck beds getting a tan or playing games in the water. And when they want a thirst quencher or drink, they turn to the hut-shaped Island Bar right in the middle of the huge pool. The pool is lagoon shaped and makes for a great location with greenery and swaying palm trees around it. At the well stocked Island Bar, they offer Margarita, Pina Colada, juices and beer. It is thoroughly enjoyable for guests to be able to order meals from other restaurants and eat without stepping out of the water by perching at the side of the pool. The bar is also a good place to hang out if the sun gets too hot and unbearable and one doesn't want to end up under an umbrella by the poolside.

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Amalia is the lobby bar in the Dona Sylvia resort in Cavelossim. The bar has forty covers and is attached to the terrace, which can accommodate up to 120 people. It serves some exotic cocktails and varied liquor brands. For cocktails try their Goan Sunset, Screw Driver, Pina Colada and Blue Lagoon. Mocktails worth trying are Fruit Fantasy, Shirley Temple, Virgin Colada, Mojito. With happy hour every night from 7pm to 9pm…it's a one for one free on select items. You can gorge on cocktail snacks like Stuffed Papad Roll, Shami Kebab, Paneer/Chicken Tikka and Masala Fried Prawns among others. They have evening entertainment (except on Mondays and Fridays) on the terrace with performances like the Filipino Trio band (De Voicez), as well as local musicians and karaoke.

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