Olimpo Court Hotel
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... to depart. For a moment I considered catching the next shuttle in order to grab some of the continental breakfast, but we jumped on instead, figuring we could wait to eat until we were through security.
Man, am I glad we made that shuttle. There was a massive car accident in the three miles between our hotel and the airport and traffic was backed up beyond belief. The detour took a three lane road down to one and sent it blocks out of the way. The ...
... manage to survive...
All of this has gotten me fired up again about the work I'm trained for - improving access to resources, community education, job training and placement, and creating alternatives. So how to go about accomplishing this good work while also slaking my wander-thrist?
*Though if this doesn't average out to at least the federal minimum wage, the employer is required to amend it.
... Sleeping on a futon after 10 hours of sleep within 3 nights has a stiff learning curve. Puerto Rican homes are VERY open, lots of open shutters, open doors with closed gates. The living room that we are sleeping in is in the central part of the home. Long story short, we’ve since purchased ear plugs for our second and third night which made a world of a difference and can only hear the chorus of neighbourhood dogs occasionally at night now.
... serves locally sourced coffee and baked goods. We each had a latte and a pan de agua with guava jam. The texture of the pan de agua is similar to a very dense croissant and the guava jam completemented the bread without overpowering it. The coffees were delicious, mild and smooth. And for a Sunday morning the cafe was no crowded- we were easily able to find a seat.
One thing about the city that we noticed early on is that the schedule of the ...
... pools. There is a paddle pool for tiny people and a deeper pool—with waterslide and swim-up bar—for mid- and full-sized people. The grounds also feature a hot tub, which is a joy for most guests but a massive tease for me as hot tubs and incubating babies don’t mix. My husband and I find a middle ground with the hot tub, using it in the evenings as our oversize foot spa. It is quite relaxing, despite the cries of “Marco! Polo!” still coming from the ...