Howard Johnson Downtown Mayaguez
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Mayaguez
... from Chicago while the other girl was a San Juan native. Funniest part was when I asked what they were doing in Puerto Rico, they both said "I don't know." Turns out my grandparents had a great time exploring the city while I was out snorkeling, and decided we should come back and stay at Rincon sometime. Looks like I’ll just have to make plans for another trip out to Puerto Rico!
While short at ...
Today, we set out for a beach day to Aguadilla with myself, my grandparents, Maribel and Juni. But first, a stop to store to pick up some much-needed beach supplies…being Medalla, Bacardi Hurricane, and Gasolina Sangria. If you ever come to Puerto Rico, you'll know exactly what I mean about Gasolina…like Four Loko in the U.S. Oh by the way, also my grandma’s go to ...
... gave the kiss on the cheek greeting so all appeared to be o.k. About 20 minutes later Eggy the manager came and spoke to the women, they put their bottles in the garbage and then left. As they walked by one said to us 'enjoy you time around the pool’ in a very cheeky tone I thought, but then again with the language difference was it meant that way?
When we went in there was an email from the office saying that they 2 young woman were crashing ...
... water all around us. Something was out there. Sure enough, dolphins! A group of at least 5 dolphins came to our boat to play in our wake and guide us out of the maze of reefs to the sea. We waved goodbye to them and thanked them as we hit the open sea. It was rather smooth sailing beating into the wind and we arrived in Ponce just after 0800. We decided to spoil ourselves by getting a slip ...
... the way out, we caught another US couple headed in, coming from the caves and the tourist trap. We recommended against dining here. Unfortunately, I do feel bad, because there was no other food establishments around, so when we saw them next (at the observatory) they had only had a Coke for lunch. :o\ Still, worth it to avoid the craptastic-ness of El Taino, I think.
But the Observatory! Or in the Spanish, Observatorio ...