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San Juan Puerto Rico...This was a last minute weekend for me. I was planning on going back to Park City Utah for one more ride before the mountains closed for the season. Looking at the weather, I found that I would rather not ride in a snow/rain mix like I did on the first visit. So I fallowed 3 buddies and Co-workers do to San Juan. I took a Jet …
... I was able to find my way back to the cruise ship after walked down the bricked roads (reminded me of Old Quebec). On ship, I checked to see how Joanne was (she was resting) and I went on deck to take some pictures before we set sail for our next destination.
I arrived in San Juan with a warm greet from my driver and cool breeze of 75 degrees.
My parents took us, the kids, on vacation many times to Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. As a child, I marveled at the crowds, vendors, and little quaint hotels. Going back as an adult was an effort on my part to reminisce about my mom and where she may have lived in Old San Juan as a child with her daddy and stepmom. However, I got lost ...
... even able to go up into the lighthouse about halfway. Anytime we were not protected by a wall or structure we were buffeted by a very strong trade wind from the north.
El Morro is approaching the 500 year old mark, being first constructed in 1539. Old San Juan had been founded some 18 years earlier in 1521. Construction on El Morro continued through 1790. About 100 years later in 1898, as a result of the ...
... my Solstice Transatlantic and while she
was not assigned to my room she did let me into my cabin once or twice
when I locked my key inside.
My luggage arrived about 3. I took a break from unpacking at 3:45 as
Ashley took about 15 of us on a tour of the public areas of the ship.
When I returned Tracey had placed a lovely decoration on my door.
I went up to deck 10 about 5:45 for sunset ...