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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... so the docks were bare. We went for a walk around the old city to explore it further. We took the route mentioned to us for the beautiful doors of San Juan. These doors are one of the main attractions but all we noticed were the high number of cats loitering around the streets. We couldn't see the famous flag door so we will have to Google it's location later. In the afternoon we drank some flor de caña on the balcony and watched another giant cruise ship come in ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... my mug. Thank you Puerto Rico.
We arranged a crew outing to see the Camuy caves and visit the Bacardi Rum factory one week before our departure. The caves were incredibly beautiful. At one point there was water running down the side and the guide took a leaf to make a "faucet" to drink the water. We continued to drink beer and do karaoke on the bus ride, stopping at a tiny no name stand on the side of the road for lunch. ...
As I approached the venue I noticed the massive line
circling the park. Luckily for me I had a VIP pass, thus skipping the line and
promptly entering the fair grounds. Judging by the sheer amount of people I
could already tell I was in for a great night.
After passing friendly security I
found myself inside a massive carnival tent. This lead out and into a series of