Comfort Inn & Suites
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... of those places closed at 11pm on a Tuesday night. All I have to say is thank God for Google! Jeannette and Araceli were able to find a local pizza place nearby where Araceli was able to bargain with the workers to get us 13 pizzas. The adults decided to walk the half mile to the pizza place to pick up our order. We got back to the hotel around 12 with all of the pizzas (I'm sure we were quite the sight walking the streets of Old San Juan with that many pizzas...and with ...
... in whenever we were able to get there. It took a little effort to find the place, because we were unfamiliar with the city (directional bearing, etc.) and finally called him to let him know we were close. He came out and opened the gate for us so we could find it. Once there, he described the "compound" which he designed and built (GC'd) himself. This place was amazing; he had his main part of the grounds, his mother occupied another, and then there was the guest ...
... of the “discovery” of Puerto Rico and the Americas. The column, called El Totum, is covered in ceramic replicas of archeological artifacts.
We continued south on Calle do Christo, where we saw two of old town’s beautiful churches, the Iglesia de San Jose and the Catedral de San Juan. The Iglesia de San Jose is the second oldest church in the New World, built in 1523 by Dominicans, and is gothic and ornate. The Catedral de ...
... a beautiful church on our walk back to the room to change into dry clothes. Quick pit stop at local Walgreens for meds, sunscreen, umbrella, toothpaste etc... after we rested, we met up with our food tour that started a t4:15pm. Met a nice young woman and her parents from DC. She is working with the Nature Conservancy. The tour started at Carli's Jazz Bistro (he was the keyboardist for the Beach Boys back in the day). Rocio was our tour guide, first stop ...
... the tour I decided to head to the local live salsa club (next door to my guesthouse). Nuyorican Cafe is a tiny little club that has live salsa bands on the weekend. It's a little quiet when I first get there, but it doesn't take long to get crowded. Puerto Ricans loves salsa and to dance. Lots of mojitos and chatting to some locals it doesn't take long for your feet to start moving. I spent my last night dancing the night away........