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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... to the south western part of the island. The hills were brown and resembled the southwest states. As you move towards the middle of the island, the vegetation is lush and the tropical plants grow leaves the size of an NBA basketball player. The beaches and mountains are beautiful. As an American, it was nice to hear the Customs and Immigration officers welcome us back "home".
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... she’s in an amateur thespian troupe somewhere, because she didn’t just tell us about the history and culture of San Juan and Puerto Rico, she re-enacted it for us. She was the Spanish army defending the port, and the English navy trying to invade it. She talked about slavery (her position was that the first international slave trade with the new world was not the Africans brought here, but the hundreds of Native Americans taken back ...
... ship to watch how to put on the lifevests and where to go in case of an emergency. They had the sailing away party but we didn't go since most of the fun is actually pulling away as they wrap it up and we weren't going anywhere until 10:30. If we had wanted to, we could have disembarked and ran around the city, but we chose not to since it would have required an expensive taxi ride and we had been feeling the heat all morning. We hadn't really enjoyed the last 24 hours in PR, and ...
... of old rum barrels while we waited for our table and sipped mojitos that were perfectly prepared. The couple next to us was from New York and we struck up a conversation about the island and the other tropical places that they and we had been to. The bartender joined in as well and recommended which islands around the main island were worth exploring. Before we knew it our table was ready and we were led to one of the ...
... and down the street. We had a soup of green plantains, mofongo with yucca this time and ropa vieja (steak stew). First vegetables we have had – small iceberg lettuce salad on the side. Coconut flan for dessert. Had a nice conversation with a couple from Atlanta, the woman is Puerto Rican so we asked about all the best places to eat in town. We meandered around for awhile, then headed ...