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... American visual art. The Museo de Arts de San Juan is dedicated to Puerto RIcan artists from the 17th century to the present. The Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico in San Juan houses a collection of contemporary artwork from Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, and Latin America.
I have seen and heard guitar players, harmonica players, a Bomba ensemble (Taíno Bomba), and brass bands performing music from a variety of genres on ...
... where we drove the entire island in a matter of hours. We stopped at Flamingo beach for a swim and everyone agreed that it was on of the top 3 beaches they had been too. The incredible waves made it a hit!
From Culebra we sailed 38 nautical miles to Plamas Del Mar Marina in Puerto Rico. We were able to rent a car and go touring in Old San Juan. We visited Fort Cristobal and El Morro. The girls engaged in their ...
... Tips shared among all who are working that shift. Sometimes I wish I could wear a sign saying this, so that people would know that their four dollars will be shared among six people who are each making $2.13 that hour. And my dears, I'm only scheduled for 18 hours a week. I have no real expenses right now, so it makes sense for me to do this, but I wonder how the others who live here and have bills and ...
... to gamble tonight rather than try to do it in the morning and see about getting the mini bottles there.
When we arrived we were told we missed the tour but we didn't care, our goal was the gift shop. We saw a tram sitting by the parking lot, and when we tried to ask an attendant about the free drinks they hand out he asked if we wanted to do the tour so we ended up joining it after all. The tour is cheesy, but was still fun to do. They drive you over to another ...
... San Juan. We walked along the waterfront first, and then along the Paseo de la Princesa, a walkway at the base of the old city walls. It was lined with trees on both sides and reminded us of Las Ramblas in Barcelona. There was a beautiful fountain at the end, and then we continued along a walkway at the base of the city walls. There were many great views of San Juan harbor and the city walls.
When we got to the San Juan Gate, we went inside the city ...