IHP Mayaguez Plaza

Address: McKinley Ave. 70 E., Mayaguez, 00680, Puerto Rico | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on McKinley Ave. 70 E., Mayaguez.
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    Travel Blogs from Mayaguez

    Thetwinsontour are in Puerto Rico with momma

    A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Oct 21, 2012

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    I just got dive bombed by a flock of blood thirsty pigeons. Luckily for all of you, I survived unscathed and am able to continue writing this missive. I didn't get pooped on and ...


    A travel blog entry by dancejill on Mar 06, 2011

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    ... have lots of horns were part of the carnival history. The ones with the scary masks also carry balloons that have been painted and hit the pretty girls with them. It mustn't hurt, none of the girls yelled out or got mad, but makes a crazy loud noise. They have about 6 of the balloons to use as they do break apart. It was entertainment as we sat waiting. There was a rebel group (as far as we could figure out) who ...


    A travel blog entry by dancejill on Jan 29, 2011

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    ... brought more people and industry to the area. When the gold mines closed then the 'black’ gold prospered - that would be coffee. In the 1890’s the town prospered with a rich social lifestyle for many of its citizens, a casino and theatre were established. In 1899 this golden era came to a screeching halt due to two very important events that had a lasting negative effect ...

    Road trippin'

    A travel blog entry by dyer0930 on Aug 12, 2009

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    ... 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 ...

    Not So Simple A Day

    A travel blog entry by bellavita on Apr 14, 2009

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    ... wharf with huge chains and buoys but nowhere suitable to tie a dinghy up. So Captain Pete, Harri, Sarah and Zac got out of the dinghy while Tom and I went back around the bay to tie the dinghy up and walk back via the road. When Tom and I reached the facility there seemed to be a bit of a kafuffle going on the wharf, which included a couple of men, Pete, Harri, Zac and Sarah. Tom and I were quickly despatched to go and get the dinghy immediately! When we ...