Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
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During the past 2 days I have explored, researched and documented sites in the historic district of Old San Juan to gain a more comprehensive understanding of American, Caribbean, and Latin American history. I walked along Paseo De Princesa which surrounds La Muralla or the wall surrounding much of San Juan which was built by Spanish colonists over 400 years ago and withstood attacks by English, Dutch, ...
Jet Blue flight 734 leaving San Jaun at 11 AM and arriving Orlando at 2:14, then home! We disembarked from the Celebrity Summit at 7:00. AM, shared a taxi to the airport with another couple from Florida. We arrived at the airport without problem. Homeward Bound! My favorite son, Rodney, will drive us home from airport. He will already have picked up Annie and Sophie from the veterinarian's boarding facility. They will be home awaiting our arrival! Home, Sweet ...
Woke up again to breakfast made, except this time instead of the usual I got like an egg drop soup and empanadillas. Today, we packed our things and headed up to San Juan to visit the Bacardi distillery.
The drive to Bacardi from Villalba took a pretty long time, about 2 hours. Bacardi is a little outside of San Juan so it takes extra time. Honestly though, the drive really sucks because of the relentless potholes along the highway. But the views are awesome ...
... old bottles of Bacardi in some cases and old antique papers and such. There the guide tells you again about distilling the Bacardi, and then moves you along some other little rooms where you can smell the various varieties they have. Finally they take you into a bar area where a bartender tells you how to make three drinks with example cocktails done up in plastic and then gives you a tiny sip of their 8 year. You're then brought to a cart with some things to buy and a few kiosks ...
... 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 ...