Hotel Villa del Sol
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... trail which led us to a Waterfall that we could actually swim in. This was so much fun. The water was pretty cold but we had been walking for so long that it was so refreshing. The feeling of having the water fall down on to your head from the top of the waterfall was incredible, The force behind it was very strong. I can now say I have swum in a waterfall.
For dinner we headed to a Spanish restaurant which had delicious Paella.
... what more can I say. Except we will now lose the best part of one day in Old San Juan while sitting here in the tarmac in Antigua. Now isn’t that something!
The hotel we were going to is described by National Geographic Magazine. Please click in the link and see what our hotel was all about
http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/tr avel/hotels/2009/best-hotels-caribbean< br> thus: The Gallery Inn, Old San Juan, P.R.
'Art and intellect ...
... bankin g-tax-haven-center which was Grand Cayman only a week earlier. In addition to the locals, we also met some Americans and Canadians on charity missions which were quite friendly and made us even the happier for stopping in Haiti.
From Haiti we moved on to Boca Chica, Dominican Republic (via a short anchorage sleep at Isla Beata). We arrived at Boca Chica on the Thursday of Easter weekend, which explained why the two-mile long beach was a ...
... check out, we got a call from the same receptionist, reminding us that we were very late to check out and that there would be an extra fee as a result. Needless to say, the walls came tumbling down. We didn't pay that extra fee.
We weren't boarding our cruise until 2pm, so we had some time to kill. We left our bags at the hotel and went for a wander up and down the strip we were staying on. There wasn't much in the way of shopping available, so we went for something to eat at a ...
... at it. It does give tours, but not open yet.
Then down the sea wall walk way to look at some of the cruise ships in port right now. They are huge and sit so high in the water, we wondered what keeps them from toppling over. They are so wide at the top. Incredibly huge.
We continued along the street, Paseo de la Princesa, to looking for Christo Chapel, must have walked right by it. There is an enclosed park ...