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... TVs and we were in a Jr. suite. Funny how that sounds so much nicer than it was. :-) It was clean, so that is the most important part. Not sure what made it a suite, maybe the plastic table and chairs. The description left out the major highway that was just beyond the doors of our room. It was LOUD all night. Antonio & Isabela were excited to see their cousins tonight. Jenni, Vic, Nate and Cadi arrived in San Juan for a long weekend ...
... After dinner, we went with Yari's cousin, Vanessa, to Old San Juan for a few beers.
March 30: Went to the mountains for Lechon. After our big Lechon feast, we walked around with a piņa colada. We went to a mall for some shopping afterwards. Later in the evening, Yari and I went on our own. A date night. We went to see "Broche De Oro" at the Fine Arts Cinema. Went to a bar called, Downtown afterwards.
March 31: We went ...
... salad in the afternoon air. Bob and Pat joined us at the restaurant and it was decided that we would make our way back to Ben and Jerry's for dessert. Pat and Bob had already been to B & J's earlier in the day, but were not deterred from returning to this Vermont landmark nestled in the heart of old San Juan.
After ice cream, we elected to depart San Juan in advance of the rush hour traffic andheaded back to the Fajardo Inn.
... we finally boarded a bus before darkness completely enveloped the night sky. We ate in a tucked away restaurant called Mondito's, then grabbed glasses of wine at a Latin fusion pizzeria. A little drained from the sun, we had one more beer at Small Bar before retiring to the hotel with more cigars. The next morning we enjoyed one last Borinquen meal at the nearby Latin Star before returning to the airport. Our quick, but fun and relaxing getaway had come to an end.
... Hotel in the old part of town our taxi driver found road closures everywhere (due to Christmas celebrations we think). We inched along in almost gridlocked traffic. Finally we arrived at our hotel at 2.30pm to find our room wasn't yet ready! Off we went to get a late lunch but when returning to reception we found a queue of people checking in, and only one receptionist who seemed in no hurry at all.
Eventually we got our room key for our ...