Hotel Treasure Island
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... get food. Amanda, Jeannette, Patricia, and I went to a Chinese food restaurant. However, we got there and then we weren't very hungry.
We headed back to the hotel and everyone went their own way. I took a nap and then went exploring and did some shopping at the tourist shops. We went to the same restaurant again as last night and ordered a lot of chicken wings!
Most of the group ended up at a local hang out spot named La Placita. It was a lot of ...
... long, thin strands of pasta Tagliatelle — long, flat strands of pasta Tortellini — small, folded pillows of pasta, usually stuffed with cheese, meat or vegetables Ziti — large noodles, shaped like macaroni Pasta sauces Pasta sauces vary from restaurant to restaurant, but the fundamental properties of each sauce are unchanging. Boscaiola — tomatoes, butter, cheese, mushrooms, olive oil, garlic Bolognese — meat, tomatoes, cheese ...
... he looked at us pityingly, and finally offered to take us to Calle Martin Travieso as he said he lived three minutes away. He also acknowledged that we had no reason at all to trust him, but he'd take us if we wanted. So Laila and I looked at each other, and decided to get in the car. It was a very good decision! He was as good as his word; we chatted all the way back and thanked him again and again. But this was only the beginning ...
... RA and I were trapped on the balcony in between both rooms; so naturally we decided to play paparazzi photographers and got some very incriminating photos of our friends and their new man toys.
After awhile there, RA and I wanted to go home; it was getting late. AA wanted to stay the night and AW decided to stay as well. AW's excuse was she didn't want to leave AA there by herself, we needed to stick to the buddy ...
... and down the street. We had a soup of green plantains, mofongo with yucca this time and ropa vieja (steak stew). First vegetables we have had – small iceberg lettuce salad on the side. Coconut flan for dessert. Had a nice conversation with a couple from Atlanta, the woman is Puerto Rican so we asked about all the best places to eat in town. We meandered around for awhile, then headed ...