Le Consulat, Ascend Collection Hotel
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... in Congress, they just can't vote). So you think that rice dish is going to be cheap. It ain't. Prices here are higher than Seattle's, except for the cheap rum (thank god for small favors, amirite?). So we set out to find a cheap, authentic dinner place. We happened upon a beachside shack selling homestyle Puerto Rican food. The place was kind of divey, and completely empty, but it was cheap, so we walked in. Imagine our surprise to discover all the diners in the back- ...
... on stage enticed the crowd while this
beautiful blondes dropped bombs on the crowd, infusing them with un-measurable
amounts of energy. When they finally stopped, nobody, myself included, wanted
to go home. As the crowd clamored for more the lights went off and a sense of
satisfaction set in. What an epic endless summer night, just another here in
... it is roasted on site . It had an amazing smooth soft caramel chocolate undernote (oh do I sound like a conseisueer? Not really but it was fantastic) - tip from the locals have it with brown sugar! This just wasn’t a food tour, it included history and architecture of Old San Juan. We say the narrowest house in the world, San Cristobel Church (which isn’t open very often) and a mask shop (many used in carnivals). Our ...
... Rican accent.
All in all we left Senor Frogs happy as can be and let's just say it was a good thing the port was directly across the way, because I have no doubts that we could've gotten lost.
San Juan was a beautiful stop, and I loved walking around the city, it's so rich in culture and history which is exactly what I appreciate! I'm glad we had a day that wasn't planned and we could just go with the flow, and do whatever we wanted to. Next stop ST THOMAS USVI!!!
... down the rock disappears and you are dangling in mid air by a damn rope! By the time my feet touch ground I am shaking but truly happy at my accomplishment. Cross another off the bucket list. Randy comes next and I tell myself he has learned by my excellent example. He is able to turn for pictures and lands on both feet without any mishaps.
We take some pictures in the cave and in the jungle and hike back to the 8x8's. On ...