Hotel Colonial

Address: 14 S Iglesia Street, Mayaguez, 00681, Puerto Rico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 14 S Iglesia Street, Mayaguez, is near Lindquist Beach, Mayaguez Zoo, Tropical Agriculture Research Station, and Yaguez Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from Mayaguez

    Thetwinsontour are in Puerto Rico with momma

    A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Oct 21, 2012

    ... line-height: normal;">Okay. That is about it for my rambling. If I knew the words I would quote a few Ricky Nelson song lyrics from rambling man. You are just going to have to google those yourself. Maybe watch a YouTube video or something. Once you finish reading this literary masterpiece of course. Can you believe I haven't had a single piña colada all day? I had 3 last night, but none yet today. I have a lot of catching up to do.

    Tarpon Paradise for Woman Anglers

    A travel blog entry by tarponhombre on May 16, 2011

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    ... that will handle the fast, strong runs of a tarpon.
    Lines can be of the floating, or intermediate sinking type, with a
    shooting head line a nice addition to the arsenal, just in case the wind
    decides to get a little nasty. Most charters will provide all fly
    fishing equipment, as well as Us and locally tied flies. Shore fishing
    can be done from most the shore targeting several of the reef
    species found in the area usual catches are snappers of ...


    A travel blog entry by dancejill on Feb 27, 2011

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    ... getting up and going this morning. We spend the afternoon at Crash Boat Beach, it is quite nice as not many people are there. In the evening we go to the wall to watch for whales, didn’t see any signs tonight.

    Yeah!! They leave in the wee hours of the morning. I think we all want to get up and send them off with cheering. Yes, they are noisy, one group was late, leaving here at 4:30 for a 5:00 flight. I could just imagine all ...


    A travel blog entry by dancejill on Jan 24, 2011

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    ... a palm tree, to the side, don’t want to get hit by any falling cocoanuts. We do a walk along the beach. Len goes in to have a snorkel and I sit back with a book, but watch everything that is going on around me. There are a group of young boys doing flips, summersaults, each one trying to outdo the other. Then a man came along the beach selling a Maui Maui fish. Len eventually came back to tell about all the different fishes ...

    Not So Simple A Day

    A travel blog entry by bellavita on Apr 14, 2009

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    ... from being arrested. He said the guy was going on about a security breach on a United States port facility and given that Pete had just wandered on with no problems, didn't see how it was so secure?? But this was no time to argue the point, so off we went back across the bay just as a hi-tech Customs speed boat came flying along, stopped at the wharf, chatted to the men for a few minutes while checking us out pottering off in the dinghy (real terrorist threat ...