Casa Del Caribe Bed & Breakfast
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We were up bright and early at 7am this morning, and decided to head to El Yunque National Park, the only rainforest in the US National Park System. We had intended to join a local hostel's day trip, but when faced with a $75 per person fee for a 3-hour trip, we made the obvious choice to whip out my travel agent discount and pay $30 to rent a car …
So last week, the Senior VP of my company found some JetBlue flight vouchers lying around the office, and sent an email asking if anyone would like free tickets anywhere JetBlue flies, as long as they're used before the July expiration date. Given that 1) I was one of the only ones to not just open the mail first, but to also READ it, 2) the Senior …
since that wasn't the case, we ended up just grabbing another cab back to the ferry, where we paid another dollar to go back to Old Town San Juan. By then it was close to 4pm and we hadn't eaten anything all day besides a Cliff bar in the morning, so we decided to go back to the room and change and have an early dinner.
We headed to Raices, the popular restaurant we had walked past the night before, based on the recommendation of ...
... first night and switched to a private double the next 2 nights and paid about $130 total for all 3 nights. There's at least one common area on each floor. The
shared kitchen, living and dining areas have plenty of room to share and meet and interact with other travelers. There are lockers for your personal belongings so bring a lock. The private room I was in had a mini fridge. The only negatives I have are that the elevator is very slow and taxis ...
... 8211; restaurant that claimed to create the very first pina colada – made with Don Q rum. Fifth stop we made our own mofongo (fried plantains) with chicken creole, beans and rice on the side. Mofongo was so tasty with the addition of garlic and butter. Lastly, we had coconut flan with guava nectar – yumm!
After the food tour, we went back to Carli’s for a Coqui (drink made during the holidays – similar to eggnog made ...