Address: Recinto Sur #329, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Downtown/City center area of San Juan, is near La Fortaleza - Palacio de Santa Catalina, SoFo, Alcaldia (City Hall), and Canvas Art Gallery.
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      Rummy and rainy

      A travel blog entry by oski on Sep 01, 2014

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      ... we met at the waterfont park the night before. After a 10-15 minute wait, we were seated. The restaurant is done up to look like a Puerto Rican village and the waiters and waitresses are dressed in traditional Puerto Rican clothing- loose white shirts, long white skirts and head scarves for the women, and loose white shirts, pants and panama hats for the men. The people who worked there were friendly and competent and the food we had was really good. ...

      Day 5 - Sultry San Juan

      A travel blog entry by patch64 on Apr 23, 2014

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      ... each. Peter uses the wi-fi to skye call his father whose birthday it is today. We head back to ship and enjoy an afternoon snack in the Windjammer as we had no lunch today.

      It's just Peter and I for dinner tonight. We have an really enjoyable meal. I have Thai salad for starter which is spicy but nice. I then have Sole for main followed by a white choc Gateaux. Peter has a Trout starter which he really likes followed by pork ...

      All I needed was 3 days....

      A travel blog entry by jetsettergirl on Mar 22, 2014

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      ... bars, enjoying a drink at each one and interacting with locals. I wish I can remember the name of the first bar where we stopped (right across the street from the hostel) but they had these incredible shots for $2. We were told we should try the pico de gallo. It was brown and smelled funny and looked nothing like you'd think it would, but boy it packed a serious punch! We ended at The Nuyorican Cafe, which is a popular salsa dancing club on the island. I've ...

      Please allow myself to introduce, myself

      A travel blog entry by thefinalquarter on Feb 01, 2014


      ... I loaded up on the best pizza, Pan di Stella cookies, espresso and Limon Soda Genova had to offer and fled back to France. A short time later Tom Moulton worked his magic, and I scored a great job on the same great boat as him, and the next 18 months were a blur of pure happiness, unforgettable nights out, new experiences and excess. It was pretty damn close to a well paid holiday. For the most part, we worked hard, but nothing crazy. When guests were on we worked all ...

      Introduction to Old San Juan Cuisine

      A travel blog entry by ldillard on Dec 26, 2013

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      ... milk, rum and spices). Served by the President of the Puerto Rican Bartenders Association, he was fantastic. We also had an amazing mojito, great music by Carli and met up with a group of men who were on the food tour with us. Walked around the rest of the evening – beautiful – along the harbor area we saw food trucks serving local folks, awesome to see people out strolling,eating and sitting at outdoor cafes, laughing etc… home early to ...