J. B. Hidden Village Hotel

Address: Sector Villa Rubia, Ramal 416, Aguada, Puerto Rico, 00602 | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Sector Villa Rubia, Ramal 416, Aguada, Puerto Rico, is near El Faro Park, Isla Desecheo, Maritime Museum, and Figure 8.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Rico

Wide Sargasso Sea

A travel blog entry by oski on Sep 04, 2014

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... beaches at the end of the military base road on the eastern side of the island), and along the south coast back to Esperanza. There we took a different route back towards the hotel, passing the more expensive "beach houses" on the island, that mainly looked like the owners weren't in residence.

We stopped for dinner at La Gran Parada, a small hole in the wall place that we wouldn't have looked at twice, except for Trip ...

Back in San Juan

A travel blog entry by tompajan2 on Jun 22, 2014

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... a food frenzy as it was. People eating enormous amounts of food 24/7......   About the food, primary dining in Lincoln and Washington dining rooms was mediocre though nicely presented.  Alternate dining (buffet) at Rosie's on deck 9 was below ok, one of the smallest buffets we ever seen regarding assortment and taste. To some extent it felt like left overs from the Lincoln ...

Discovering Puerto Rico

A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Jun 18, 2014

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... Maya and I split a Kan Kan. It’s a two pound marinated pork chop that is deep fried with the skin on it served with rice and beans on the side. Oh and don’t forget the hot sauce. David got a grouper dish with some mashed taro root. When our tummy’s were full we set off window shopping. Maya picked up a cute purse for herself and we could not resist the frozen icicle treat sold by local vendors in ...

Old San Juan, Puerto Rico

A travel blog entry by razab on Mar 10, 2014

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... be frequently under repair at various points. Well, not actually being repaired, but at least torn-up at various places with barricades all around. Because the sidewalks are very narrow (two people may have a hard time passing), the occasional closed street actually helped out a bit, allowing pedestrians to use the streets as sidewalk overflow space.

Again, the shops aside, this is not a tourist-centered area; ...

Around the Island: 10 Days In Puerto Rico

A travel blog entry by delily on Jul 05, 2013

... place to find. There are several turns that need to be made and we had to turn around once or twice. Once there, we checked in. We still had a lot of waiting time so we wandered over to the beach and sat on a bench. A Puerto Rican man was walking his little dog along the beach and we struck up a ...

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