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... de Vista, which was recommended for us on Yelp. The restaurant is tucked into a building on the corner of Calle Marina (the main waterfront street) and Calle Juan Antonio Coretejas. From the outside it looks like it may be a locals dive bar/restaurant, which appealed to us because we wanted to try authentic local food instead of the Senor Frogs we passed on the way there.
We were not disappointed. We sat at the bar on ...
... a Chai latte and stated that it wasn't fair that we got what we wanted and she didn't, so we needed to find a Starbucks so she should get a chai. One.. we (AW and I) did not get what we wanted, I would've rather had a double shot almond milk latte with one pump of vanilla, but we are just willing to find something and settle because that's what you do in a foreign land. You aren't always going to have the ...
... group on the dock and were divided into two groups. We started our tour and were given a history lesson on San Juan and the walled city. We had a stop at he DonQ Distillary the only Puerto Rican rum distillary. We had a history lesson on the making of rum and then we had some samples. We walked around the exterior of the wall on the bay side visited a prison and the original ...
... of the history. Since both forts close at 6, we thought we'd better head over to El Morro before closing time. It's about a 20 minute walk from one to the other. Coincidently there is a free shuttle that runs between the 2 on a somewhat random schedule that worked out to about every 25 minutes, so we got to El Morro at about the same time as the shuttle that we didn't wait for. By walking we also got some more photos of the ...
... at the bar was great as I got to chat to the bartenders and drink delicious mojitos out of stainless steel mugs. A plate of fried nibbles that had cassava chips, cheese fritters, cornsticks and plantain sticks were not that great (or maybe just because it was a full plate of fried foods).
In the afternoon I headed on an awesome San Juan food tour (Flavours of San Jan). It just so happens there is a local foodblogger, Myriam ...