Le Consulat, Ascend Collection Hotel
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... is the second in the island's income. The Yunque is the US's only tropical rainforest and has around 250 inches a year. There was a ton of banana/plantain trees, the "politician" leaf trees, and other ferns, flowering plants, etc. It was so humid and hot as expected. Super beautiful! We stopped and looked at the small Coco Waterfall in the park. Next, we went to ...
... but continued on to another little riverside place my grandparents like to visit on the other side of town. This spot was pretty cool, but dead as Ponce was. Puerto Ricans don’t work on Monday due to “zapateros” (shoe tailors) taking Mondays off…but I guess that rolls onto Tuesday as well.
Day Two wrapped up with a full belly for me, and a quiet night at home watching novelas and baseball…I wouldn’t have had it any other way. ...
... Thomas, Barbados, St. Lucia, St. Kitts, and St. Maarten. Cruise ships are something old (we’ve had the opportunity to experience 2 previous cruises), something new (we have never been on the Valour, nor seen these islands), something borrowed (we do not own the ship, ha ha ha), and something blue (ocean, ocean, ocean). Will be nice to be away from our futon home, but will miss the atmosphere and experiences of living in San Juan.
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... in Pirates of the Caribbean where the British or Spanish soldiers are planning out their trade routes to avoid pirate ships. It made me wish I was wearing a corseted dress. But given how hot it was outside I was glad I didn't have to. The stone walls of the fort appear to rise directly from the sea and almost all the available views from the top include the bright blue waters of the Atlantic. There are inlets and turrets and archways throughout that open ...
... spot for road workers but is now protected. Francisco also points out soaring bamboo, which, I learn, is a grass and not a tree; the elusive, chirping coquí frog heard everywhere on the island and often mistaken for a bird; and the ylang-ylang perfume tree, used to make Chanel No. 5.
Back at the hotel, Ryan and I try our luck again in the casino. This time we put eleven dollars into a slot machine and win none. We venture in a handful more times throughout our ...