Parador Costa del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... sister had our usual arguments (you went left when I said right, omg no you weren't saying right, you said left, omg you're dyslexic, why am i even arguing with you, i hate you, hey are you hungry? yeah kinda, lets stop at that tamales place we saw on the way? no personally I am feeling burger king, seriously girl? ok fine, lets do pizza, like are you kidding? we came to PR to eat pizza? we're still in America dude. What part of Fajardo sounds american to you? ...
... BTW--I'm proud of the fact that I'm a real ****** poet so as you read this review I may break out with one of my bad poems, so you'll just have to put up with me. I'm on a boat A big old boat, It weighs a thousand tons How do they make it float? I'm on a ship A big old ship I've seen the Titanic movie How come she doesn't flip? Now I don't know physics And not good at deep thinking But what exactly keeps these big old ships from ...
... through immigration and went to leave the ship. Tough process. LOL. We were the first ones off the ship! Our guide met us and we joined the other participants in the van. They were all off of the ship that was docked next to us. Their ship was only in port until 1:30 while ours wasn't leaving until 6:00 pm.
We drove to the starting point of our adventure. Randy and I are doing the rappelling and ziplining. We have ziplined before ...
... in the ambiance of the place. I marveled again at the beautiful Spanish architecture and eclectic colors.
As soon as my driver dropped me off at the Conrad on the Condado strip, I found myself bargaining for a better room and view. I was on the green side with a lagoon view. The doorman tipped me off to the red side and ocean view. I tipped him $5 for the great tip after he helped me tow my belongings to my new abode. I ...
... travel along Puerto Rico Route 3, instead of the Expressway, Route 53. Route 3 turned out to be a meandering narrow road which ascended and then descended through mountainous terrain. There were sharp turns and limited sight lines, which Ronnie skillfully navigated. At times, the roads seemed no wider than a typical driveway back home. When we finally arrived at the coastal village of Maunabo, we both felt relieved, but ...