Hacienda El Jibarito

Address: PO Box 3210, Hato Arriba Station, San Sebastian, 00685, Puerto Rico | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on PO Box 3210, Hato Arriba Station, San Sebastian, is near Central Plaza and Museo del Ferrocarril de los Altos.
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Travel Blogs from San Sebastian

Discovering Puerto Rico

A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Jun 18, 2014

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... police and questioned on our intentions in Puerto Rico. They suggested that we contact the US Coast Guard of our location and intent again. We would have checked in but found out that Customs and Immigration does not perform on-boat check in and requires cruisers to go to the airport to check in. Not wanting to deal with the hassle of going to the airport, we decided that we would simply leave our quarantine flag ...

Visit with Celi's Parents and family NY Day

A travel blog entry by dennisgray on Jan 01, 2014

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Brother Garry, Zuzana, Steve and our travel partners Dave and Penny ... really looking forward to the day.

We pick up a van January 1st and drive to the end of the island to Celi's Parents farm for the pig roast then back to Aguadilla where we are staying for two days before heading back to San Juan for our flight to Tortola where we pig up our ...

Rincon

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jan 16, 2012

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I woke up in Ponce and continued driving around the island. First stop was San German. San German was one of the first cities in Puerto Rico and started shortly after the 1400s. It has a really old street that is cobblestone and has very old nice shops on the side of the streets. It doesn't seem to be a big party town and is extremely quiet compared to the rest of Puerto Rico, which is weird because it is a very nice place. San German was in the ...

THE ORANGE FESTIVAL

A travel blog entry by dancejill on Mar 20, 2011

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... plays a big part in making it a successful project for all involved.

We both got some cherry tomatoes, carrots, and Richard got some herbs and I bought some oranges. It is just down from El Maison on 107, turn right and go down until you see the sign on the left "Farmers Market".

It is only on the first and third Saturday of the month.

When we get home even more people have checked in and it is wall to ...

THE FESTIVAL THAT WASN'T

A travel blog entry by dancejill on Mar 14, 2011

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... if the festival wasn't entertaining we would leave and head further south towards Maricoa where the coffee festival was. There is a lookout and we couldn't get to see it due to closed roads.

We went up and down again and Len began to feel nauseated from all the twist and turns. We stopped to look at the views. Stopped in at a Hacienda that I said was probably part of a coffee plantation. We thought it was ...

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