Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
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Today was quite the full day, but before I get to that, let me share with you our traveling adventures.
Overall, the two flights here were relatively uneventful. We were at the Denver Airport with plenty of time to spare. The students who had never flown before had quite the entertaining time waiting for the airplane to come. (The chaperones didn't realize just how many students had never flown before.)
The initial take-off out of DIA was quite an experience ...
... the shrimp in garlic sauce, ahi tuna tar tar, smothered sirloin tips, and fried plantains. Unaware of the local beers, we washed it down with a couple of coronas. For desert (who can resist desert while on vacation) we ordered some plain cheesecake and flan. We were very pleased with this meal, it's price and service. We would definitely recommend this laid back location. On the walk back, we wanted to get some bug spray, waters and more beer. We found a little ...
... mint and of Puerto Rican rum. If this isn’t enough reason to come back to San Juan, I don’t know what is.
Wandering into an art gallery we were surprised to find a gorgeous little courtyard tucked away and surrounded by the gallery’s sculptures. While you’re exploring, keep an eye out for the cats…they’re everywhere and very well taken care of! You’ll find food and water stations set up
outside on lawns or ...
... families were outside enjoying the sun and cooling ocean breeze. We continued from the base of the fort area southeast towards old town. As we entered the city I noticed a vendor selling sorbet for $2 for a small cup and $3 for a large cup. I got a small cup of mango and strawberry sorbet, which was the perfect sweet treat given the heat of the day. We passed Casa Blanca, the oldest continuously occupied residence in the Western hemisphere. It was built in 1521 as ...
... 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 ...