Hotel Treasure Island
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... center reading about the planets, the building of the dish and other space related things before being ushered into a movie theatre with a school group to watch the mandatory movie. The movie was about how and why they built it and what they study. It was actually really interesting. The dish is huge, and the dome and antennae are mounted on a movable arm suspended in the air above. This part moves to pick up signals. In the 70s a group sent a signal into outer ...
... in the late 1800s. The forts (especially San Cristobal) were modernized, to a degree, and used to protect the US in the early 1900s and in WWII. Old San Juan is very quaint. All the architecture is old world Spain. The streets are cobblestone and narrow. We stopped for piraguas (snowcones) at the end of the day. The man shaved the ice from a large block and shaped it with metal cones. The tropical flavors were delicious--the kids had ...
... That is why seeing her in her natural element having fun with the things in life that cause her to bloom with joy, made me infinitely happy beyond words can say...which is why I told her I had enough of her demands and wanted to something for myself now.So we went off to Viejo San Juan. In english, this means Old San Juan. Basically that old part of the city where all the old streets and forts are located for one to either marvel at or get into some serious ...
... to the ship. We are hoping to run into some of our friends but no luck. We have a drink anyway and look out at the "Marina". Exhausted, muddy, happy and ready to get out of our filthy clothes we head back to the ship. A shower sounds so good right now.
The next 2 days we are at sea on our way to Charleston, South Carolina which I hear is a charming city. We will be docked there for 12 hours and we're really looking forward to it.
I offered to be the guide on this day. Since we didn't have to pack, we got off the ship and bypassed the big customs line since we were on the back to back cruise. Outside, we caught a taxi to old town. In old town, we walked the cobbled streets, stopping at the cathedral with it's huge domes and pipe organ. We continued on to Fort El Morro where we walked all around the fort. The rangers run ...