Howard Johnson Downtown Mayaguez
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Located about 4 miles outside of Ponce, Puerto Rico is the Centro Ceremonial Indígena de Tibes. This is one of the major archeological sites of the Caribbean, and it was first uncovered after a 1975 flood washed away topsoil. The cultures which lived at the site included the Igneri from 300 BC to 600AD, the pre Taino from 600 AD to 1200 AD, and the Taino. The site contains plazas, bateys (ballfields), petroglyphs, ...
... style="font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', 'Segoe UI', Helvetica, Arial, 'Lucida Grande', sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Tonight: fun with Javier. My own former farmers employee tour guide. I hope Javier is ready for thetwinsontourwithmom. It is gonna be great!
... a young boy ran by crying. I thought maybe the group had bullied the kid or taken something from him. But then the parade fell apart and the parade people on the street got off the street and went in doorways. We spoke with a lady by us and she told us that someone had a gun!!!! Up the way where the parade was coming down from. The police were all along the way and were right on it. Shortly the parade reformed ...
... It is a beautiful park like setting, we walk down and go into the little museum to see the artifacts. Very impressive, beads, bowls, circles carved out of a piece of solid granite. There are some huts on the lawns that represent what their living quarters were like. Michael the gate taker was very well versed on the history. The Taínos thought this a special area because ...
... inland to the island's backbone of central mountains. To get there we wound and unwound our way around hairpin-curvy one-and-a-half lane roads, hugging the sides of limestone canyons and sinkholes, up river valleys. And when we finally reached the mountain road, what did we find? More windy, hairpin-curvy, one-and-a-half-lane roads of course! Travis drove like a super pro, cleverly avoiding head-on collisions like nobody's business, ...