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Travel Blogs from San Juan
... views one can enjoy in San Juan. Specifically, you will enjoy views of the ocean, the Historic Cemetery, the "Barrio La Perla" and the coastline through Fuerte San Cristóbal. El Campo del Morro, basically a large lawn, is lively during the day with kite flyers and street vendors.
After my visit to the second fort, I decided to start my venture back to the cruise ship.
... checkpoint. A perfect day to fly diminished the momentary fear engendered by the sight of a 35 seat "prop" plane sitting on the runway. We found our fifth row seats which were at a premium because the flight was overbooked. Ronnie, in fact, considered whether to accept a proposal by US Airway to be bumped for a later flight which would have enriched us by $600 each. We thought better of the offer because leaving for Philadelphia at a later ...
... we reached the exit I realized I had left most of our cash in our cabin. I was not about to go back through all of the monkey business to get back on and off the ship. Instead I inquired about an ATM. I was told there was one about three blocks away. Tyler stayed with Leslie while Hillary and I walked to the ATM. I was able to get some money out and walk back to Tyler and Leslie fairly quickly.
We hailed a ...
The day started a bit ominously, overcast and turning to rain about
7AM. I went out to a local bakery for breakfast and soon Keith arrived
there also. By the time of the wedding the rain had stopped and there
were patches of open sky. The ceremony was held on a patio on the beach
side of the hotel. The guests were seated under a pavilion but since
the participants were not sheltered the ...
... way (mostly through pouring rain--and only with the help of a kindly Milwaukeean) to Rio Piedras.
From the travel book:
DREAM'S HOTEL! San Juan, PR (Rio Piedras) - Ave. Universidad 109 phone #: 787-688-5818 www.dreamshotelpr.com
After taking the "long route," we made it to Rio Piedras and a nice hotel. We were helped by a nice stranger ...