Hotel Treasure Island

Address: Carr. 172 Interior Kilometer 13.5, Cidra, 00739, Puerto Rico | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Carr. 172 Interior Kilometer 13.5, Cidra.
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Travel Blogs from Cidra

Vieques

A travel blog entry by kristafreitag on Jun 06, 2015

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... were great though. They were totally chill and didn't care that we were taking longer - it was the "gringo" owner that was worried!

We made it to Vieques and the shuttles brought us to the hostel. The hostel was the next new experience for many of our students. Personally, I love the atmosphere of hostels. This one is awesome because it's right on the beach, and this is the "happening" street. The hostel had one big building with three dorm rooms and four private rooms. Then it ...

Arriving to the Corwith Cramer

A travel blog entry by juliocamperio on Feb 19, 2015

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... I am watch C. We then started learning what each station does, the science station, the lab, the galley, the engine room and the charts and computer room. Dinner was very good, spaghetti with bolognese, salad with tomatoes and avocado and ship-made bread. Gotta catch a good nights rest because tomorrow we are going on a field trip in Old San Juan to learn some colonial ...

The word of the day is: Delayed

A travel blog entry by rschroder80 on May 14, 2014

... only had 2 hours of sleep (a whole other story). We found a little bar that wasn't crowded and had margaritas. The bartender offered us some very helpful advice on where to go and what to do on the island. Too bad we couldn't remember any of it. Next time, I will write that **** down.
We decided to go the the breakfast restaurant Jose had recommended then make our way to the El Yuneque rain forrest the next ...

You Want Me To Climb That?

A travel blog entry by megs36 on Mar 26, 2014

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... a speakeasy tapas bar, and Lupolo, a craft beer bar became instant favorites. La Factoria had a renowned mixologist who made an amazing cocktail with lavender and ginger, and the food was great too! True to form I made friends with the bartenders immediately, obvi. One night at Lupolo the bartender came out with the re-fill of my beer in a stein mug. I don't know what I did to deserve that, but I'll take it! Each time returning I was ...

Old San Juan, El Yunque & Embarkation Day

A travel blog entry by meganjaye on Dec 12, 2013

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... but we opted out as I'm not in the habit of crashing weddings, I'll leave that up to Vince Vaughn. We did the wine and cheese reception again and headed out to Calle de San Sebastian for appetizers (nothing that exciting) and a walk around the city to find some night life, which was notably absent (I know, should have gone to the reception). There were a couple of places I had on my list with live latin music, but they were either ...