Le Consulat, Ascend Collection Hotel

Address: 1149 Magdalena Ave Condado, San Juan, 00907, Puerto Rico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Condado/Santurce area of San Juan, is near Condado Beach, Aquatica, Ashford Avenue, and Santurce Marketplace.
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    Travel Blogs from San Juan

    Where Bacardi is made

    A travel blog entry by beckiablaze on Jun 27, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... parked our car and wandered over to the Welcome Pavilion. We got our tickets for the basic tour (Cedric wasn't allowed on the more extensive tasting tour) and waited for our trolley to arrive. It wasn't long before we were signed that our tour was up next and we found our way to the trolley and our tour guide, Simarie. She told us about the compound and the various buildings as she drove us through the campus of buildings, pointing us towards important sites on our left ...

    USVI to Spanish VI to Puerto Rico. Phew!

    A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Mar 25, 2015

    95 photos

    ... walked down to grab lunch at Jenny's café. While at the café, my niece became very dehydrated and lost consciousness for a few minutes. Needless to say that we were all very nervous but she regained consciousness again after we put some ice on her forehead. Luckily she was fine and was able to drink two glasses of water. A neighboring table told us to put her ice bag behind Jenny's neck and that seemed to help extremely. Something I ...

    Back in the USPR

    A travel blog entry by wingedwords on Feb 20, 2015

    ... So weirdly familiar and out of place in this tropical climate with bright Caribbean beaches, Spanish on the air, and crab alcapurrias frying up over fires in the Pinones district.

    It's the perfect place for the crossroads I find myself in. I've crossed the Atlantic; I'm back, but am I ready to return? Is it back to the States, a steady job and the like? Or is the time still ripe to keep traveling, this time with ...

    Something old, Something new....

    A travel blog entry by kdneus on Jan 31, 2015

    33 photos

    ... into the arms/legs of senior man while catching a wave creating a bit of an awkward but now funny story. Such fun times!

    Something Old:

    Today we figured out the bus system and found our way to Old San Juan. As with many countries in the Caribbean, Puerto Rico was established by Spain in the 1500s. To defend this essential part of their “empire”, 2 forts and a city wall were created. The structures still remain, though parts ...

    From Oakleys to $10 special

    A travel blog entry by kshanna on Oct 03, 2014

    ... go to Walmart and get a cheap pair. This should have been easy, but the highways in Puerto Rico do NOT agree with the directions on Google Maps or Apple Maps. It will tell you to take hwy 22 for example, but not say which way, and if there are three possible rights at the same point it won't tell you which to choose. One highway will really be three, and it was hard to hear the three names - often the signs only had one listed or it would actually be called something else ...