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... and that's what matters. It wasn't a bad day, just not my favorite. For dinner Richard and I walked around Condado and found a little Puerto Rican restaurant. Delicious food and lots of people both tourist and locals. Now we're back in our rooms for the night because tomorrow is another early early morning for our last planned adventure on the island of Puerto ...
... largest Bio Bay in the world, and the brightest. As Amanda put it, "This was one of the best experiences of my life." The organisms thrive there because of the short opening to the ocean, shallow waters, warm waters (10 degrees warmer than ocean), and uninhabited areas. (They use photosynthesis during the day to build up energy for the charged light, and use their internal clocks to shine at night. However, when there are lights shining on the water, they get mixed up and use up their ...
... along the resort. I sat there to enjoy the sunset, and it was a experience I will never forget.
We decided we wanted to eat local so we went out to find a small restaurant where locals eat. We were told about a strip of street food restaurants about 3 miles down, but when we got there, most of the places were closed. It seems here places close early here which I am not used to since in Chicago everything is open late. ...
... entrance. These fortifications date back centuries and are still a spectacular site. Not necessary at this point for coastal defense, they now function as a national park, along with the El Yunque Rain Forest Preserve located on the eastern end of the island.
Barb and I had spent a week in Puerto Rico last November. At that time, we traveled around the island by ...
... rented via www.vrbo.com in Condado.
A smooth check in, accommodation perfectly located and very clean and nice!
Welcome to Puerto Rico!!
It was warm, beautiful weather, in the mid to upper 80's with light humidity. We settled in and relaxed after a long night/day of travel.
Oh Puerto Rico!