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Travel Blogs from Isla Verde
... A man made pool that was used as a pool until 1976. The man at the visitor center who sold the coqui whistle to the kids made the wistle. He told me he was 90 years old, Puerto Rican native and was in North Carolina, Germany, and Japan when he served during WWII. We ended the day visiting with the Dysons at Carolina Beach and at their hotel pool. The happy hour was enjoyed by the adults and the pool enjoyed by the ...
... was when I noticed how light my load was - that was because my 45 pounds of camera gear was still back at the hotel!! I planned everything so carefully that I just plain overlooked the black backpack in the dark room...YIKES!!!Fortunately, the hotel was across the street from the airport and a quick (yet costly) taxi shuttle restored my gear to my back...WHEW!!!We did wind up with enough time for the obligatory airport Starbucks and boarded uneventfully. The ...
... and Daisy in their doggie room (the mudroom.) I got the kids all settled upstairs with Luna, then let the big dogs out. They were so happy to see me that I do not think they realized at that point that there was an extra dog in the house! Which was good, because I definitely wanted to wait until morning for the big introduction.
Sleep came easy that night. Wow, what a long day that was! After a good night's sleep, it would be time for a new chapter in Luna's life.
... again on Copa Airlines to San Juan in Puerto Rico. Lunch is a 4" cold pizza, a packet of tacos and a packet of orrios and water! Ok today was day one of intensive diet for 8 days in PR before sailing cruise, so lunch option was not a great start to temple being re opened. We land at San Juan International airport and it is clear and warm at 32 degrees, we like this place and spare a thought for our friends in the UK! We ...
... outside and we covered more ground with Ray as our guide then we could have covered alone and with a map of the city. Finally, it was off to find some good Puerto Rican food.
The adventure was alot of fun and also included a few "first time" experiences for me, like riding the subway train and the Metro bus. This also demonstrates the friendliness of the people in Puerto Rico.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center