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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from San Juan
... out. We walked outside and we were immediately hit by the loveliness that is humidity even though it was 9:45 at night. In one of my students words, "I should have brought more shirts because I'm going to sweat through all of the ones I have very quickly!" We waited for the shuttle for about 30 minutes and piled in to get to Old San Juan.
We arrived at the hotel about 10:30, and by the time everyone got their belongings to their rooms, a couple of things were ...
... in a suburb of San Juan to pick up some essentials from a Walgreens. Once on the open road, it was great getting to see how much different things like interstate traffic are from what we are accustomed to. The drive to Ponce isn't too bad, less than two hours. Also, if you can get a rental car with an EZ Pass for the toll ways, it sure saves the hassle of scrounging around for change once you stop at a toll booth. ...
... families were outside enjoying the sun and cooling ocean breeze. We continued from the base of the fort area southeast towards old town. As we entered the city I noticed a vendor selling sorbet for $2 for a small cup and $3 for a large cup. I got a small cup of mango and strawberry sorbet, which was the perfect sweet treat given the heat of the day. We passed Casa Blanca, the oldest continuously occupied residence in the Western hemisphere. It was built in 1521 as ...
... from the Plaza del Mercado in the Condado neighborhood. Casual dining. Try the ceviche.
Aire Libre (Don’t look for it by name.)
It is somewhere on Calle Marginal between the cross streets of Calle Delicias and Calle Duffaut. Casual dining. No English. Try whatever specials are written on the chalkboard.
176 Calle Duffaut
To get a table, arrive before 6pm and wait. They do not ...
... evening food tour, walked along water next to the old fort and San Juan wall. Saw lots of cats running around they are being cared for by the NPS and a local cat NGO – so cute. Got caught in a rainstorm without an umbrella, but in true Peace Corps adventure form we mustered it up, walked back to the gateway to the city and found ourselves having wonderful Puerto Rican coffee at El Convento – the nicest hotel in Old San Juan. We wanted to sit in ...