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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from San Juan
The visit to Castillo San Cristóbal explained the role of Spain in the Caribbean and Latin America which will greatly assist me when I plan units of study relating to Caribbean and Latin American history and music. According to tour guides at the Castillo, Spain laid claim to territory in the Caribbean in the 1400s. The English, Dutch, and French later invaded the Spanish Caribbean which led to centuries of control over the ...
... The chef’s assistant told us they gave us half as much as they would serve in the restaurant, and everyone’s reaction was, “How would we ever finish a full serving?”
After our late (we finished at 4:30) lunch, we walked back to the ship and just had time to dress for dinner. There was a Caribbean barbecue on the Lido deck, but we weren’t very hungry, so we just had a small bit and went to the cabin ...
... that the safe was broken. I tried to phone to let them know, but the phone didn’t work either! So I went down to reception and requested to get moved to another room, but they told me to wait and someone would come and fix everything. A fellow eventually came in and looked at the safe and simply walked off again without saying anything. Finally, after waiting for someone to show up, I went back to reception to find out what ...
After finally taking off we had an uneventful flight down to San Juan. The airport there is very sparse and a tad outdated. The toilets had a foot flush mechanism and as in so many places outside the US there were no seat covers to use (yeah, I like them, sorry not sorry!). Even wandering around inside the AC just wasn't keeping up with the humidity and heat so we were definitely tossed right into the next week of liking it hot hot hot! We got our bag and picked up the rental car that ...
... Catano and followed the small group of touristy types to the taxi queue in a building to the right of the terminal exit. The taxis were vans and we shared a van with three other couples to head out to Bacardi. The cost of the taxi ride was $3 per person and the ride took about 10 minutes, heading westward along the waterfront of the Catano neighborhood. It looked like it had already rained that morning and the sky continued to be overcast, so we ...