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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      Around the Island: 10 Days In Puerto Rico

      A travel blog entry by delily on Jul 05, 2013

      ... we’d had the problem of trees growing out into the roadway and scraping the side of the jeep as we attempted to not go too far left of center to avoid them. Now, the trees and jungle foliage closed in on us from both sides, scraping the sides of the Jeep. I was oh-so-glad that I’d had the ...


      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jan 16, 2012

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      ... next stop was on the west end of the island in a town called Rincon. Rincon is a backpacker town for surfers. It is pretty crowded and there is a famous lighthouse near the beach with surfer's. The world championships for surfing was held in 1968 and they have a statue in town from this event to commemorate it. To be honest, there is not much here outside of the surfing. Surfer's in their 20-30s walk up and down the beach as well as along the ...

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      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jan 15, 2012

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      ... marked in my opinion and the traffic was really bad inside the forest. The roads were really curvy and it seemed dangerous to drive in here. Many of the parking lots were also full and there was a traffic jam just to park in them. On the bright side, I did get some good exercise in here. There was a few waterfalls including La Mina Falls, which was about 2 miles hike each way and had a pool at ...


      A travel blog entry by dancejill on Feb 27, 2011

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      ... then cheerfully left and went on her way and so did we.

      We learn the group of noisy women left a mess of dirty sheets and towels from dirty feet and mascara. They smoked in the rooms, and apparently were practicing witch craft or something similar. So Len wasn’t far off in recognizing them as something that rhymes with witches.

      March 3 Finally today we are going to Shack’s beach and Len is going snorkeling out there. ...


      A travel blog entry by dancejill on Jan 29, 2011

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      ... 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 ...