Hacienda Gripinas

Rte 527 Km 2.5, Jayuya, 00664, Puerto Rico | 1 star hotel
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located on Rte 527 Km 2.5, Jayuya, is near Toro Negro Reserve and Cerro de Punta.
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    Travel Blogs from Jayuya

    Robaina Tobacco Plantation, est 1845

    A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Jun 13, 2014

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    Rest stop on our way to Pinar del Rio.

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    June 13, Friday: Today was the day a small group of us hired a van to take us to Pinar del Rio to visit the Robaina tobacco plantation and Vinales Valley. Unfortunately, Hiroshi was visiting his ...

    They made it!

    A travel blog entry by hejira on Feb 20, 2011

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    ... we finally arrived back in Salinas. Before returning to the boat, we made one last grocery stop. With our new ice box set up, we stopped to get chicken and bacon and beef - all these fun things we never get to have on the boat! Once groceries were secured, we drove the narrow streets back to the marina. We loaded all of the food into the dinghy, and Pete shuttled me out to Hejira to get a start on organizing all the food and putting it away, soon ...

    Operation Jake & Amy Preparation, Vol. 1

    A travel blog entry by hejira on Feb 17, 2011

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    ... Pete and I decided to go see if there was a breakfast spot near the marina. We were immediately struck by the difference from Ponce to Salinas. We know we can drive to the WalMart if, for some bizarre reason, we get the desire to do so, but Salinas has the small town Puerto Rican flavor we have been waiting for. Narrow streets, chickens wandering around, and brightly painted houses. I love it.

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    A DAY IN THE COUNTRY!

    A travel blog entry by dancejill on Jan 29, 2011

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    January 28 Another rough day of having to go to the beach and enjoy the cool breezes. I will tell you about things we have seen and noticed that are a bit different:
    - The police cars drive around with their blue lights, across the top of their car, on all the time. They really stand out at night time not only to us but probably to anyone doing something they shouldn't be ...

    San Jaun

    A travel blog entry by sharshar on Feb 22, 2008

    The sun was peaking over the horizon as The Triumph glided into the harbour of San Juan, Puerto Rico. It was yet another hour later before yours truly made their appearance. Thankfully, this time w/o the hassle of customs. They made their way down the waterfront and then into beautiful Old San Juan. After wandering through the myriads of stores and finding a few choice items to take home, they headed for a quick lunch and then decided to see Fort Christian, ...