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... Can't recall his dessert but we have noticed that although food in the main dining is good the desserts are less so, not awful, just unremarkable.
We try our luck in the casino again. I bomb out early as Lady Luck is not a companion tonight. Peter has better luck and so we cash out only slightly down (but I still think we are slightly up overall). We head up to the pool deck at 10.30 for dancing under the stars. There is a live ...
... be frequently under repair at various points. Well, not actually being repaired, but at least torn-up at various places with barricades all around. Because the sidewalks are very narrow (two people may have a hard time passing), the occasional closed street actually helped out a bit, allowing pedestrians to use the streets as sidewalk overflow space.
Again, the shops aside, this is not a tourist-centered area; ...
... up! This café is buzzing. Locals brunching, tourists hovering about deciding whether or not to delve into the crowded café. There is also a fun run on somewhere nearby and there are loads of people dressed in their sweats having a last shot of espresso before the race.
I made my way to the ferry over t Catano, where I was met by a share taxi to the Bacardi Distillery. Two free cocktails to be enjoyed at your leisure and ...
... conversation happened, reading was out of
the question and I just tried to keep my mind off the constant banging both on
the waves and the contents inside. At last I felt the ship’s engines slow and
managed to sit up in time for a breath taking view of Puerto Rico’s southern coast
and the green mountains that rise sharply behind. As if to welcome me back to
life a yellow fin snapper jumped clear out of the water and flipped in ...
... by contrast, we went into buildings that were nearly FOUR hundred years old occupied on a day to day basis by ordinary folks. What's more, the city is FULL of such places...pretty neat. Overall, the City is colorful, busy, and vibrant. The open spaces are sporadic, but filled with activity. There are particular areas that seem intriguing, but tourists are told to avoid. Most notorious is La Perla, which even the adventurous Lonely Planet guide recommends ...