Hotel Treasure Island
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Hola everyone!!Amber and I had the best sleep last night! The bed was comfy and the air conditioner stopped us from hearing the roosters in the morning. Amber made a wonderful breakfast and we headed out the door for the days adventures.First was a trip to the dive shop to make sure everything was set for us to do our scuba course (which starts tomorrow). They were out so we walked down to the end ...
... surrounded on three sides by ocean and encompasses 316 acres of scrub forest, lagoons, and beautiful beachfront. There is a boardwalk trail which winds through the mangrove coastal forests. Before departing on our tour we marveled at a six hundred year old tree which seemed to embrace us as we entered its habitat and we found our way to a pleasant porch where we sat in rocking chairs while waiting for our tour to begin. Our tour guide was a marine ...
... on Ojos Bellos. He was laying down when we got there and he seemed to be sleeping. He then got up and started to nurse. This was certainly a VERY good sign as it showed that he was doing better. I am sure he has a long road ahead of him but the best of things always seem to have rough starts.
We headed out to the beach where Ricardo took us to a few amazing beaches. We stopped at a ...
... of San Juan and we arrived at the airport about noon.
Things were a bit chaotic there. The luggage was in rows at the far end of the airport, once we claimed it there was no real support to get to the USDA inspection, and signage at the airport was very poor with no directions to the various ticket counters.
My flight was through Atlanta, and Delta's pricing for First Class had been quite reasonable. We boarded the ...
... and change. Off to the city! First stop... Castillo de San Crisibol. What an amazing spanish fort. It was built by Spain to protect the city of San Juan. Next stop, we hop a 5 minute trolly to San Felipe del Morro. Another amazing fort to honor King Philip the II of Spain.
Hungry.. we ventured off to find some food but nothing was opened! Most restaurants take a nap at 3pm and don't reopen until 6pm! But we were eager to fill our stomaches and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking