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... or we couldn't find them. It was still a nice evening walk and we sat in a park and listened to some Christmas carolers singing in front of a church. Not exactly 'hot Puerto Rican nights' but nice just the same. :)
The next morning they were filming a movie (22 Jump Street) outside our hotel which made it difficult to get in and out of the one entrance, but we managed to go to Café Mallorca for breakfast and walk down to the water to ...
... sap in here, is possibly one of the sweetest things out there (except to me) and one of the most dedicated individuals to her respective passions. Of all the women I know in the world, I must go ahead and say this, hopefully mom wont ever find out, but my sister is the ONLY woman whose logic has ever been logical and has ever made sense to me in my entire life. Now mind you, I have met a LOT of females over the years and the ONLY woman to ever make sense to me IS ...
Ponce de Leon, the explorer who was sent by the Spanish to the New World in search of the Fountain of Youth is buried in the Cathedral of San Juan in the city's Old Town. A three or four minute walk from the cathedral takes you to the second oldest church that has been in continuous use in the New World - Santo Domingo in the Dominican ...
... trip to the top of the lighthouse each day and I was lucky enough to take the tour. The views from the top were priceless. We took the shuttle to the other fort and watched a film and then checked out the etching in the fort's dungeon. We returned to the boat where it was like a new cruise - we enjoyed our free champagne upon return. We had more night views of the city as we left port again.
... after his troops contracted dysentery. Then it was not until 1625 before a new assault was made on El Morro, this time by the Dutch under the command of General Bowdoin Hendrick who besieged the Fort and burned San Juan. The Spanish back in control in 1630 spent the next 167 years building city walls and planning the present fortifications. In 1797 the English under Sir Ralph Abercomby mounted their last and again unsuccessful assault. Finally ...