Quality Inn El Portal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... energy wasn't quite as much energy as we had hoped and we wandered briefly through just a fraction of the fort in the glaring sun before we gave up.
We stumbled back to the car (I'm not over dramatic, you are!) and cranked the air conditioning up full blast. We had only been out for a few hours but it was more than enough for us. I'm only a little disappointed that I didn't do a better job leading us through Old San Juan, but what we did see was pretty awesome.
Living in the residential part of San Juan has brought us new experiences and sights… some special, some sad. We’ve enjoyed the welcoming nature of Juan and Josee’s neighbourhood, observed autobody work on the side of the street at all hours of the night, and attempted to use charades to a security guard at Walgreens explain that a woman near a bus stop appears to have committed suicide and needs 911 ASAP. Homelessness is ...
... simply decide to go when there are enough people to fill them, so you could be waiting a long time. We went back to the hotel, picked up our luggage and took a cab to the ship pier. Mid afternoon, we boarded our ship, the Carnival Valor. Check in, security, etc. went quite smoothly. We checked out our room with a balcony, unloaded our stuff ...
... we tried (although we did snag one for ourself on the ship - Don Q gold) at Casa Melaza. The store was way tinier than we thought it would be but the owners were very nice and chatty despite their malfunctioning AC!
I also conned Kyle into stopping at Caficultura for some coffee since I had heard it was the best. In retrospect we should not have bothered since we weren't going to stay. Getting coffee took forever despite only having one table before us and there ...
... Jeremy ordered the Chuleta Kan Kan, a huge deep fried pork chop, and I had the Tornado, a skirt steak wrapped around mashed yucca topped with prawns and a mushroom sauce. There was so much food that even after not eating all day we were unable to finish our meals and Jeremy took at least half of the pork chop to go. We walked around for a bit, but the food coma had started to set in and we headed back to the hotel to pack our bags. One thing about ...