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

    Ponce- Tibes, Museo de la Música

    A travel blog entry by hfarrand on Jul 01, 2015

    3 photos

    ... devoted to cuatro style instruments. Taíno musical instruments include the maracas, a shell used to communicate over long distances, carved flutes, and ocarinas or seeds made into flutes. Danza closely resembles European classical music, and was brought to Puerto Rico by Cubans in the 1840's. Instruments used in Danza include the cello, violin, and french horns. Bomba y plena instruments at the museum are ...

    Rain forest adventure

    A travel blog entry by beckiablaze on Jun 26, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... few other brief stops along the road, stepping out of the car to look at the moss on the trees or the tall stands of thick bamboo.
    Eventually we got hungry and realized that it had been hours since we had last eaten. We hopped in our car and sped home, taking a moment to regroup before walked back across the street to eat at La B de Burro again. This time we finished our meal off with a plate of piping hot cinnamon sugar flautas filled with chocolate that were to die for. ...


    A travel blog entry by dancejill on Feb 23, 2011

    16 photos

    ... we were. Do the washing of the bedding, towels, etc. we used while we move.

    Len is cleaning out the car and giving it a little wash as today we have to turn it in at 3:30.

    We have a bite to eat and then head down to the beach to see the big waves coming in today. The surfer Dad told us they are suppose to be really big today and then get smaller as the week goes on.

    Our first beach is Surfers and there is no one there in the ...

    Not So Simple A Day

    A travel blog entry by bellavita on Apr 14, 2009

    11 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Abused by sun

    A travel blog entry by rambler on Feb 24, 2009

    2 photos

    ... iguanas and arrogant chatty birds passing..and my panic at the first night dragging my tent back and forward seemed pointless... the 20 kilos on my back feels natural and im heading my steps towards port.. not actually knowing where or how far it is...and if im lucky a 'publico' will pick me up... step by step im getting closer..hitching isn't probably wise as most of the drivers seem to be suspicious guys or frightened tourists so i'll just ...