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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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November 27th was my flight from SFO (redeye) to NYC to San Juan, arriving the following day.
My travel buddy and I spent two extra days in San Juan before our cruise on Oceania's Insignia, a ship that holds 650 with a staff ratio of 1.7. What's exceptional about Oceania is the service and food at ...
... Cuba and Puerto Rico, from natives to Spanish settlers, to the modern day. We were shuffled into the next room for a 10 minute video on the history of Bacardi, which is still owned by the family of the founder and is the largest privately owned, family held spirits company in the world, then on to rooms that explained the distillation and aging process of the rum. Throughout the tour the symbol of the bat is continuously referred to, as the bat graces ...
... the main dining room. We are sat next to a nice Canadian couple that we get chatting to. They ask us what are plans are today and we tell them that Sue and Malcolm are going to introduce us to Geocaching. We fully expect them to reply 'what the hell is geocaching?' They don't as it seems they are avid Geocachers themselves. Geochaching is fully explained later in this blog.
All suite guests have an invitation this morning to drinks ...
... set of manages driven purely by incentives such as new cars, skiing trips to France, long weekends to Ibiza and bottles of Champagne. Think of a circus animal in a T.M Lewin suit and a green Mini Cooper who is trained to do tricks in exchange for treats and a pat of the head and you get the idea. Oh, and if you were the leading agent in your division in your part of London, you got a Ferrari for the weekend. This often went to someone under 25 working out of ...
... evening food tour, walked along water next to the old fort and San Juan wall. Saw lots of cats running around they are being cared for by the NPS and a local cat NGO – so cute. Got caught in a rainstorm without an umbrella, but in true Peace Corps adventure form we mustered it up, walked back to the gateway to the city and found ourselves having wonderful Puerto Rican coffee at El Convento – the nicest hotel in Old San Juan. We wanted to sit in ...