Villa Herencia

Address: 23 Caleta las Monjas St, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Downtown/City center area of San Juan, is near Museum of Popular Art (Museo de Artes Populares), Calle del Cristo, Pablo Casals Museum (Museo de Pablo Casals), and Hospital Alley.
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      Travel Blogs from San Juan

      Field Trip and Boat Check

      A travel blog entry by juliocamperio on Feb 20, 2015

      Started the day with a tour of old San Juan with our historian Craig, also known as Creeeg. Once back on board at 1330 we had a guest speaker, the first African American to sail around the world. He was part of the navy and sailed the famous Amnistad. We than had the privilege to shower followed by a delicious dinner. At night the three watches had to do a night deck shift. Mine was with Sara at ...

      Day 1 in San Juan, Puerto Rico

      A travel blog entry by elmonchy on Oct 30, 2014

      ... We also had the Fried Cheescake, which was also very good, not your tpyical cheese cake, instead its more like a baked puff with filling, comes with a side of ice cream covered in chocolate sauce, and light layer of cinnamon. Juan the manager was very friendly and informative on the dishes, Veronica is a great waitress as well.

      Overall my first day in puerto rico was nice. I will say that as I drove through cities ...

      Day 5 - Sultry San Juan

      A travel blog entry by patch64 on Apr 23, 2014

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      ... s on the Peek-A-Boo viewing deck on Deck 11. The Peek-A-Boo is an area that overlooks the bridge where you can clearly see the captain and crew at work as they manoeuvre this leviathan into dock. We are greeted with cold soft drinks or wine and cocktails. Some of the management staff are on hand to greet us and chat which is very nice and gives us some insight into the running of this floating hotel.

      We go ashore around 12.30pm ...

      Introduction to Old San Juan Cuisine

      A travel blog entry by ldillard on Dec 26, 2013

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      ... a beautiful church on our walk back to the room to change into dry clothes. Quick pit stop at local Walgreens for meds, sunscreen, umbrella, toothpaste etc... after we rested, we met up with our food tour that started a t4:15pm. Met a nice young woman and her parents from DC. She is working with the Nature Conservancy. The tour started at Carli's Jazz Bistro (he was the keyboardist for the Beach Boys back in the day). Rocio was our tour guide, first stop ...

      Fort Fun in San Juan

      A travel blog entry by zolina on Dec 19, 2013

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      Today we actually did not do a shore excursion. We would be in port early at San Juan, Peurto Rico and we would be docked just south of the old town. There were also two forts to visit, so we just walked around on our own.

      We got up about 6:30 am and saw a few glimpses of us coming into port before getting some breakfast (omelet again, still not good). We left the ship by 7:30 am and it was awesome because there was no line. So we just walked off the boat ...