Quality Inn El Portal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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Breakfast at the hotel room.
Used coffee pods supplied by the hotel.
Had Daquiri drink at the bar of la Concha Hotel.
Transfer to another hotel by walking to -Best Western Condado Palms Hotel.
Book a trip to El Yunque Forest from La Concha Concierge Service.
Lunch at Dunkin Donuts-egg white sandwich ...
... touristy, kinda like a Puerto Rican Denny's. I can't even remember the name, I was so unimpressed with it. Not exactly what I was looking for, but whatever we had already been seated so we just ate there. Apparently Puerto Ricans do not drink regular drip coffee. It's all espresso and cafe con leche. Neither of which pare my favorite, but I will settle for cafe con leche. One of the Divas wanted tea and the other, ...
... as possible. Voila!
While driving around greater San Juan, Randy told us about the ways of Puerto Rico. He came up with some general rules of Puerto Rican life-style:
1. All Puerto Ricans are hot.
2. It is better to ask for forgiveness than for permission.
3. Kill it, then deep-fry it. They love their meat. And they love everything else fried (as you might have gathered from the food we had) .
4. Crime is everywhere, but you won't see it. It ...