Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... just that I almost cancelled the trip couple of hours before departure after I had a long conversation with Cindy...no need to tell you the details.
With a straight flight from San Juan, PR to Frankfurt, Germany and connecting to Amsterdam, Holland about 12hrs total, I was looking forward to relax and have some rest.
... to Puerto Rico to explore the western part of the island where the rainfall is not so frequent, and also to paddle on the southern shore of Vieques Island, on Puerto Mosquito's Bioluminescent Bay, the brightest in the world! But just imagine living where you can go ocean swimming every day, where the water and weather are always warm, where strangers will stop to offer you a ride out of the goodness of their warm hearts. Imagine that.
... tail between my legs to the court for more volleyball and won 2 of 5 games. Sounds better than lost 3 of 5 games :P I try to be Optimistic anyhow lol!
Missing my better half already, but that’s basically been our entire relationship. I could not only use a companion my age (well somewhat :P), but also someone to beat all these British grandmas off my heels. :D Love you Nicolette. I have only bought one margarita so far on the cruise so my budget has ...
... or Sloane Square office, so yes, driving a Ferrari is still on my bucket list. Even after my 4 month probation, in the middle of an English winter I still worked 11 days out of 14 for a wage that restricted my desires to travel or live the London life I had for so long by honing in my naive Melbourian mind. Thank God for Steve Ryan and the Prothero crew. After 9 months of that, Tom Moulton's stories of yachting had worn me down, which was most probably one more no ...
... stop was Café el Punto (also where they sell the masks) for alcapurrias. These are similar to an empanada. The pocket is made from shredded plantain and meat inside, then deep fried (like everything in Puerto Rico). Now onto a very debatable topic, the home of the Pina Colada. We arrived at Barrachina’s where it is reputed to have originated from – however some believe it was discovered at the Hilton. Mmm – I ...