Howard Johnson Hotel Carolina/San Juan
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... last minute items we needed for dinner.
When we got back, we jumped in right away. However, we quickly realized that the stove and oven kept resetting and wasn't working. This proposes a challenge when you're trying to make pasta and chicken. There was a fire pit outside which we decided to use. It was easy to get it lit initially, but the sticks that were in it quickly burned. (We had the pots on the side of it.) We sent students out to find sticks, but then it started ...
... was build in the early 1900's, the rest of the castle was built in the 1500's or 1600. We watched some cruise ships come in through the bay to dock and continued to walk around the fort/castle. We saw where the USA army added viewing ports to the sides of the castle in the 2nd world war to watch for ships. It was really interesting and probably one of the biggest and best forts we have seen all year. Wednesday we walked around in the morning and tried a local brand of ...
... one of the sponsors.
Participated placing the wedding cord.
Malu and Jay came all the way from RP.
PJ,the brother of Patricia,the bride presided the ceremony.
Jay played in NCAA Basketball in La Salle College..
Wedding party came in to the party dancing.
Butch cried during his speech.
The dinner was buffett with ropa vieja and lechon.
Retired at midnight.
... the main dining room. We are sat next to a nice Canadian couple that we get chatting to. They ask us what are plans are today and we tell them that Sue and Malcolm are going to introduce us to Geocaching. We fully expect them to reply 'what the hell is geocaching?' They don't as it seems they are avid Geocachers themselves. Geochaching is fully explained later in this blog.
All suite guests have an invitation this morning to drinks ...
- I'm living in the West Indies, a town called San Juan in Puerto Rico, but i am originally from mexico. Life is rough here my family is starving and my husband died in the war against america, so I'm on my own and going on a journey to New York to find a job and provide money and a good life for my family.
- My trip begins with a small boat trip to Cuba, and 6 people on one small boat wasn't the best way to get there. I spent ...