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 Mona Passage.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Rico

Rain forest adventure

A travel blog entry by beckiablaze on Jun 26, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... lost, it was a beautiful wrong turn and didn't feel like I waste of time at all.
We drove back down the side of the mountain, speeding past the brightly colored houses back to the highway. Soon we were seeing the signs for the rain forest again and we were confident we were on the right track. It took us a bit more driving once we were inside El Yunque to find what we were looking for, but once we had found it, it was well worth the trip. El Yunque is a beautiful, ...

Entry 6: Adventure is out there

A travel blog entry by martinlblais on Apr 25, 2015

3 photos

These might be the last words I write about my trip.

"The greatest gift of life is friendship, and I have received it" - Hubert H. Humphrey

In my last blogs, I wrote a lot about the people I met while wandering the Island. But I forgot to write about the most amazing people of all, my hosts, Bill and René. I don't know any word in the English language to describe how grateful I am for everything they did for me. Because of them, I will return home with ...

Entry 4: Is that the ocean?

A travel blog entry by martinlblais on Apr 12, 2015

12 comments, 5 photos

Beach Beach Beach

After one month on this Island, I finally went to the beach! The nearest beach is about 6 miles from the Rainforest Inn. Melanie usually give us a ride whenever we want because she lives there (she is so lucky). I was really frantic about the idea of seeing the ocean, and feeling the waves in motion. We also went to the Turtle Festival (my phone died so I have no pictures), it was really cool, we saw a lot of snakes and a whole bunch of turtles, we ...

Recap of our Trip

A travel blog entry by leesneed on Jan 03, 2015

1 photo

... etc.. We
appreciated all her help, but by then we'd been up for many hours and
were just ready to relax a bit before going to bed. Tres Arcos—three arches—was the
name of our rental. It was perched on the side of a hill and
overlooked the ocean. There were wonderful breezes blowing through
the open windows and doors all the time so we were never hot. The
house was surrounded by high walls to keep out the horses and dogs
that ...

Old San Juan

A travel blog entry by kharby on Mar 10, 2013

29 photos

We took the bus to Viejo (old) San Juan. It was 75 cents ea. so we had a dollar bill and .50 but there was no where to put the paper bill so the bus driver let us get on with just the 50 cents. You ride the bus till the end of the line. Once there a man in a wheelchair said this was the end, that we get off but to return we would need to go into the terminal building to catch the bus back....that was ...

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