Olimpo Court Hotel
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... place was incredible, and I highly recommend getting a reservation. Cafeteria Mallorca is a great place for breakfast, and I also quite liked a dinner we had at Aguaviva.
We only spent one day at the beach (Condado). I wish we could have hit the beaches again, but there wasn't enough time. The water and shore were gorgeous. The beach was a little crowded but nothing crazy.
... br> Took public bus to old town bus terminal.Took the free trolley around the old town.
The bus passed the port for cruise ships.There is a big sea horse sculpture in front.
Walk in the old town.
Took bus to hotel.
Dinner at Appia Restaurant.
Eggplant parmejan and chicken parmejan sandwich.
... and dance clubs all clustered together. There were tons of people and delicious street food. We just ate some fried street food and called that good, which it was! Then everyone wanted to dance, except me (I'm not much of a dancer, just not my thing). We hit up a couple different places and ultimately ended up at the Mijani club where things took an interesting turn. AW spotted a beautiful Jamaican man and danced with ...
... group on the dock and were divided into two groups. We started our tour and were given a history lesson on San Juan and the walled city. We had a stop at he DonQ Distillary the only Puerto Rican rum distillary. We had a history lesson on the making of rum and then we had some samples. We walked around the exterior of the wall on the bay side visited a prison and the original ...
... way we saw the Cemetery of Maria Magdalena de Pazzis , the Bastion and the Embrasuras Troneras.
Inside the fort we saw many levels to explore. We headed for the top level for the views. At this point we were very close to the Glory. We got great views of the coast and Old San Juan. On the other levels we saw tunnels, the dungeon and lots of storage rooms. When we left the fort we walked to the Plaza Colon with a statue of Christopher ...