Monte Rio Hotel

Address: 18 Cesar Gonzalez St., Puerto Rico, 00601 | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 18 Cesar Gonzalez St., Puerto Rico, is near Luquillo Mountain Range.
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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Rico

    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 ...


    A travel blog entry by martinlblais on Mar 11, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    Since my arrival, I always feel like I'm outside. I just feel like I'm on a never ending camping trip, constantly surrounded by what you can call "fresh air". I absolutely love that feeling, just the idea of spending two months outdoor makes my mind and my body frantic. But unfortunately, I realized that I live in a place called the "Rainforest", and it rains a lot here, at least two or three times a day. I spent a lot of time confined in my room because of ...

    Day Two

    A travel blog entry by leesneed on Jan 06, 2015

    12 photos

    Pictures from the second full day on Vieques. The morning walk took us by Sea Glass Beach, right near downtown Isabel II. No sea glass to be found. Then along the coast where we passed a neat cemetery. Later David, Sonja, Anne, and I drove to the western end of the island and toured through the old navy base where the main thing to see is the ...

    Wide Sargasso Sea

    A travel blog entry by oski on Sep 04, 2014

    11 photos

    ... the side of the road, and venture into the forest yourself to explore the ruins, taking full responsibility for your own safety in the crumbling brick buildings. We were easily able to find the place, given the directions online, and parked right out front, off the side of the road. After applying an extra dose of insect repellent, we ventured down a dirt path and into the jungle. At first it is difficult to tell if and where the ruins sit ...

    Cute Culebra

    A travel blog entry by ldillard on Jan 03, 2014

    1 photo

    ... Jeep rentals and followed Maritza (the lady in charge of our rental unit) and her sister to our place. The place we rented, called the Seastar, was OK not great, a bit run down. Hot water for showers felt really nice and A/C in bedroom works well. We were hungry so we headed down to Dinghy Dock for supper. Over an hour wait so we had appetizers (hummus, homemade pita, veggies and ceviche), Medallas, ...