Howard Johnson Downtown Mayaguez
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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The Museo de la Música Puertorriqueña is devoted to the development of various styles of Puerto Rican music. Each room focused on a different style of music, and described the origin of the style in addition to the instruments used. Instruments from each style were also on display. Musical styles described at the museum included danza, bomba y plena, Taíno musical styles, salsa, and also one ...
... the tree cover, and the breeze makes it pretty pleasant.
Next we found Yocahu Observation Tower, which is a fortress like tower that sits on a picturesque outcrop. We wound up the stairs to the top of the tower, stopping along the way to peer out of various windows to look at the view. It was stunning from all sides, either looking down on the forest, or up at the mountains. We lingered, chatting with other tourists and enjoying the breeze at the top of the tower. We ...
... Like Len says, they have been doing this for years so you would think it would flow like clockwork by now.
So we never made it to Yauco to the coffee festival at all. Too bad we didn't stop in on our way to Ponce first. Hind sight is so perfect.
We stopped for dinner at a Denny's in Mayaguez at 7 after 1 hour of driving. This made the remainder of the drive home much easier and it had stopped ...
... only got a little carsick. We proceeded to the Puerto Rico highpoint (Cerro Punta, at 1338m), taking the trusy Kia up a crazy steep summit push. At the top there were a bunch of radio and cell towers, a staircase up the summit pile, and an official looking concrete marker with... nothing official written on it. So we're pretty confident it was the high point, it looked and smelled like the high point... Anyway, if and when PR ever becomes ...
After our sail back from Mona Island we anchored in Mayaguez to provision for our sail to the Turks and Caicos and to clear Puertorican Customs...... Sounds simple, well things on a yacht are not always as easy as on land.......especially in a foreign country. Off we went, all 6 of us in the dinghy over to what we had been told was the customs dock, upon reaching it there were no signs to tell us this was the place, neither to say it wasn't. It was a ...