The Beach Guest House

Address: Carr. 187 km 5.2, Loiza, 00979, Puerto Rico | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown/City center area of Loiza, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Loiza

    Puerto Rico and Prince Royce!

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Nov 28, 2014

    24 photos

    ... A Kipling with a monkey attached. A cheer up bag because we found nothing else. Back at the hostel we met Callum, a guy with a car, who was doing a drive around the island and invited us to go with him. We accepted of course. So the next morning we got up early and headed off with Callum to explore the island. We began with a wrong turn off the freeway and ended up in Aricebo, the home of the worlds largest stationary satellite dish. As seen in the movies Golden Eye ...

    Dining terms

    A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Aug 19, 2014

    ... il pure Poached — affogato Raw — crudo Roasted — arrostito Smoked — affumicato Spicy — piccante Steamed — cotto al vapore Toasted - tostato Italian words for dieters Here are a few words that dieters should keep an eye out for when perusing an Italian menu. Any mention of the following words in the meal description should set bells ringing to warn you of the artery-clogging characteristics of the meal. But remember these can be ...

    Old San Juan, El Yunque & Embarkation Day

    A travel blog entry by meganjaye on Dec 12, 2013

    58 photos

    ... and we met our tablemates who were a nice older couple from Norway who had been married 53 years. Ironically enough we ended up having a lot in common as they had lived in Victoria in 1975 so we had fun sharing stories about what had changed since they had left to return to Norway. Some people say cruising is made up of too many 'old folks' but its those 'old folks' who have the best stories and most wisdom, you can learn a lot from them. ...

    Salsa in Old San Juan

    A travel blog entry by raniroo on Nov 02, 2013

    ... ride tour through the distillery I learnt all about the family, the history of the famous white rum and how it is made. It was an interesting tour and as it is free (with free cocktails) who can argue? I tasted two 'newer’ flavours, which were a pineapple fusion and dragonberry. Refreshing and tasty.

    Back over to San Juan for a spot of lunch at Raices Restaurant – a ‘touristy’ local ...

    Tough morning, easy afternoon

    A travel blog entry by blakes on May 21, 2013

    19 photos

    ... camera while you zipline and get an great video.

    Our last ride takes us right into the bar and restaurant. Mojitos and lunch are waiting for us. We have to hurry along because we need to get people back to the ship that is leaving early. They have to be on board by 1:30 and we drop them off at 1:25. Randy and I get off at the same drop off point and decide to wander the streets. I hope no one notices all the mud on us!
    We ...