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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... in the late 1800s. The forts (especially San Cristobal) were modernized, to a degree, and used to protect the US in the early 1900s and in WWII. Old San Juan is very quaint. All the architecture is old world Spain. The streets are cobblestone and narrow. We stopped for piraguas (snowcones) at the end of the day. The man shaved the ice from a large block and shaped it with metal cones. The tropical flavors were delicious--the kids had ...
The Caribe Hilton hotel is OK. It's an aging hotel, using Bob's words. But the bedding meets my standards - duvet covered quilt (not the sheet wrapped cheap and dirty blankets), clean room, and decent bathroom with a big shower. Bob came back from the casino around 11p and earned our dinner and cab fee :-) We went to bed before mid-night local time, which is earlier than our usual time. Good. Slept OK.
Got up around 8:30a. Opening up the ...
... br> and DJ XSTASYS were KILLING it! When I arrived they had the crowd movin’ and
swayin’ with every change of beat. Jumping ‘n sweating were on the itinerary
for anyone partaking in this festival.
The main attraction of the night,
Snoop Dogg arrived in typical bad boy fashion, with his Dog Pound close behind!
He lit the stage on fire (quite literally, I might ...
... us in economy. The third was when the plane landed many people clapped. Apparently this is the norm when you arrive in Puerto Rico. San Juan in .pr is very interesting. It was the entrance to the new world from Europe. The town is largely a fort, the biggest Spanish fort in the world. A 13 metre thick wall runs almost around the entire shore line. The fort has 5 levels some ...
... except that the 6 of us were scattered all across the plane.
Do: Give yourself enough leeway in your travel plans upon arrival to your destination to allow for delays between flights. You don't want to miss that tour you were looking forward to taking the morning after arriving; and nobody wants to miss that bus transfer, or the cruise you booked 6 months in advance. Put a crowbar in ...