Casa Del Caribe Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... colorful architecture that leans in on you, making it difficult to navigate. Once you have arrived and parked, the streets meander up and down, making it even more difficult to trek on foot due to the hills. Finally, Puerto Rico is freakin' hot!
So, we packed up into our little car and sped off across the bridge to Old San Juan. I had a specific parking lot in mind so we didn't have to search for parking but it did take us a little while to make it through ...
Tuesday morning again found us in the Vista Dining room for breakfast. Guess we like the pampering and the socialization with others as we dine. Two couples this morning, one very nice and the other so-so. That's the chance we take in open seating, but it's usually really worth it.
I took my camera along and when we were done eating, we headed for Deck 4, Forward. The crew opened the doors and passengers were allowed on ...
... went over to the bar and got cuba libres. We picked a table that overlooked the main art-deco Bacardi building and an lovely old caribbean tree, possibly a Ceiba, in the foreground. As we sipped our drinks, it began to heavily rain which cooled off the warm air and made our place under the covering a little sanctuary from the rain. We sat for a bit listing to the sound of the rain hitting the pavement before our pager went off and it was time to join ...
... to the port.
Took a walk along the Paseo De La Princesa to the fountain of the same name located along the shore. There is a walkway which runs along the edge of the city which takes you right up to the El Morro fort.
Had an early dinner at a restaurant called "Inaru" which served good Puertorican Food.
... of us outside Toro Salouo - where we’ve had a picture for the last three years.
After the picture, we started to get attacked by a bee that wanted our coffees. We walked away and fortunately he didn’t follow us. We walked around some more and then went to the Polo store. Rob bought some shirts, and I bought a couple of dresses. Kathleen also picked up a few things. I ran over the CVS, which was crazy.