Howard Johnson Downtown Mayaguez
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... David had three helpings and I had two. Yes, it was that good.
We finally made it to Castillo El Morro where the kids picked up their junior ranger booklets and were off to the races trying to fill in the answers. They were so excited to get their badges at the end of the day. The Castillo El Morro is the largest and oldest fort I’ve ever been too. It lives up to the hype and is a well worth a ...
... s day), so he was not available to meet with us. After Ivan, the docent at the Robaina Farm, explained the planting, growing, drying, and processing of the tobacco, we were invited to look at the home where there are displays and articles about the farm.
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As the Carretera Central heads southwest from the ...
... some others but kept coming back here. The atmosphere was beautiful and the food fantastic. I ordered a Cuban Sandwich for lunch that was to die for! It was so good, I had a really hard time not ordering the same thing the second day. Instead I chose the chicken spinach wrap. Another fabulous sandwich. We ...
... to just go to Crash Boat. We had a look at the beaches and the surfers. We decided to move on and headed for Aguada and the little sea glass beach we found. We walked down the beach, came back to the car for lunch and then walked up the beach. We found a couple of spots where we could get to the edge when the water went out, quickly look and pick up the sea glass before the next wave game in. This was great fun and ...
... Was extremely awesome. As expected, we saw a majority of the people who had been on our tour at the caverns at the Observatory. This site is actually one of those sinkholes that's part of the Karst topography, a huge bowl naturally formed in the earth. At some point in the 60's someone said, hey, this would be a great place to build a giant reflector dish for a radio telescope! And the rest is history.
The reflector dish and ...