Parador Costa del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... first sight of our cruise ship. That was the end of our pre-cruise stay in San Juan and we packed up and grabbed a cab to the Pan American Pier to board the ship.
The ship! Embarkation was easy, as long as you only had carry on luggage. There was a drop off for checked baggage which seemed a bit long, but we sailed by that and found the line up for Platinum and above C&A members, (as empty as the regular line up was) and we ...
... so I head out early into the very quiet streets of Old San Juan and hunt out some sustenance. Coffee!!! Grown locally (and also imported to appease the masses) – locals really know their coffee beans and all around town places are advertising which beans they use and how they are roasted. Big competition! On a recommendation, I headed to Café Cultura to test my coffee tolerance, opting for a very strong macchiato – ...
... down the rock disappears and you are dangling in mid air by a damn rope! By the time my feet touch ground I am shaking but truly happy at my accomplishment. Cross another off the bucket list. Randy comes next and I tell myself he has learned by my excellent example. He is able to turn for pictures and lands on both feet without any mishaps.
We take some pictures in the cave and in the jungle and hike back to the 8x8's. On ...
... 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 ...
... throughout the city. The colors are not really bright and garish but rather more of a muted pastel tone. I just found it quite striking.
As we started down Calle de Cristo we walked past an old convent. A friend from Puerto Rico said that is where the television show The Flying Nun was filmed. Another block or so found us in front of the San Juan Cathedral. We did not go in because mass was in progress. It ...