Le Consulat, Ascend Collection Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... its expansive green park looking over turquoise Caribbean seas. Take the time to just sit and enjoy the cool breeze blowing in from the ocean while kites gracefully swoop up and down in the wind.
Walk further towards the heart of the city to find small bars serving up hot empanadas and cold beers for a mid-morning pick me up as you stroll aimlessly towards the pigeon square or the “yellow house” which is only as wide as the front door! Hopefully ...
... the Chuleta Kan Kan, a huge deep fried pork chop, and I had the Tornado, a skirt steak wrapped around mashed yucca topped with prawns and a mushroom sauce. There was so much food that even after not eating all day we were unable to finish our meals and Jeremy took at least half of the pork chop to go. We walked around for a bit, but the food coma had started to set in and we headed back to the hotel to pack our bags. One thing about the food so ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... was also a Christmas tree in the middle of the square. It actually rained a little while we were there. But the sun soon came out again, and we were very hot. We walked back to the San Juan Gate, to continue our trek around the city, but this time on top of the city walls. Along the way we also searched from some piragua. Emily had told us about it the night before, it's similar to a snow cone or Hawaiian shave ice, but better. She recommended the parcha ...