Howard Johnson Old San Juan

Address: 202 Calle de San Jose, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown/City center area of San Juan, is near San Juan Cathedral (Catedral de San Juan), 104 Calle La Fortaleza, Botello Gallery, and Museo del Indio.
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Travel Blogs from San Juan

Getting to Puerto Rico

A travel blog entry by kristafreitag on Jun 03, 2015

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... of our students. There was a little bit of crying, swearing, and anxiety, but once we hit 30,000 feet, the students realized that it wasn't so bad after all. We landed in Philadelphia with the hope that there would be some time to get food, but we only had an hour layover and had to quickly move from one terminal to another. (Plus it took FOREVER for us to get off of the plane since we were all in the back.) By the time we got to our next gate, we heard the final boarding ...

Día uno

A travel blog entry by senorsteele on Mar 06, 2015

... that required you to get buzzed in to enter. There wasn't any bug spray, and the selection of anything was limited, but it was interesting to see the local people in a less touristy setting. We speak very little Spanish, and although I try, Crystal just goes straight for the "Do you speak English?", so we tend to get labeled as tourists rather quickly. After we picked up our goods, we were hasty to get back to the studio, because San Juan in the dark can be a little intimidating. ...

Two words: Mofongo and Mojito!

A travel blog entry by travelingmer on Nov 11, 2014

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... these are some lucky kitties! Hopefully you’ll also come across the home of the first Pina Colada during your exploration - you can’t not stop here for a
world famous frozen drink!

I can’t wait for an opportunity to return, the airfare is cheap and there’s so much more
that I want to see on this beautiful island.
I barely scratched the surface in Old San Juan and there’s an entire
rainforest just calling my name!

El Morro y La Ciudad

A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 31, 2014

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... for Ponce de Leon, Puerto Rico’s first governor. It was lived in by his descendants for 250 years before going to the Spanish, then Americans, and now it’s a museum and historical monument. Given that it was a Sunday afternoon, it wasn’t open to visitors, so we continued on, turning east onto Beneficencia and passing the 500th anniversary plaza ("Plaza del Quinto Centenario") which is commemorated by a column celebrating the 500 ...

Salsa in Old San Juan

A travel blog entry by raniroo on Nov 02, 2013

... famous Mofongo, which is mashed plantain with any number of toppings. Here we get our own mortar and pestle to mash our own plantains, heavily dredged in roasted garlic and lashings of butter – the aroma has me drooling as I mash away. It is served with a chicken stew. It’s absolutely divine. Comfort food in a wooden bowl! After a walk through the old gates and along the waterfront and old fort, we finish off our tour ...