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While in San Juan I have seen street performers, musicians, dancers, and the works of visual artists at galleries and museums. San Juan has a very vibrant arts scene. There are sculptures in public spaces throughout the city. I have heard musicians performing at major plazas, and I saw the practice by Asociación Profesionales de la Danza while at the Casa Blanca.
The Museo de Las Americas houses a collection of instruments used in ...
... walked down to grab lunch at Jenny's café. While at the café, my niece became very dehydrated and lost consciousness for a few minutes. Needless to say that we were all very nervous but she regained consciousness again after we put some ice on her forehead. Luckily she was fine and was able to drink two glasses of water. A neighboring table told us to put her ice bag behind Jenny's neck and that seemed to help extremely. Something I ...
... our feet up and watch the harbor. There was a full moon, so I played around a bit to get a picture of it. (I tried again as we were going out past El Morro, but the movement kept ruining the focus, so I gave up.)
If you ever come to San Juan and take a historical/cultural tour, hope you get Noemi. You’ll learn a lot (most of it will be true) and have a very entertaining time while doing it. Just be sure to wear comfortable ...
... to the Lido deck for a late lunch. We were starved by then. Hamburger and fries was my choice of the day. Elise had some kind of a spicy Mongolian dish which I couldn't have eaten if someone had paid me to! After we did a wander around the ship and orientated ourselves, we got off again and walked around Old San Juan for a bit . We got back ...
... the very first days of our matrimony and 2) The polar vortex was waiting to swathe the upper United States in paralyzing arctic temperatures. Had we only known, we might have flown south sooner. Alas, hindsight is twenty below zero.
Puerto Rico is where the Piña Colada was invented. As it turns out, this is a very heavy drink when not mixed with two ounces of rum. After working down one thick virgin Piña Colada on our first night in San Juan, I switch to pineapple ...