Parador Costa del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we would have missed from the shuttle. El Morro wasn't (to our eyes) quite as interesting as San Cristobal, but it does have a HUGE grassed area in front that is perfect for family picnics and such. Since we were here on a Thursday afternoon, we didn't see too many families picnicking. After wandering through El Morro (and taking more photos) we hopped on the shuttle for a quick ride back down to the port area where we ...
... I describe how beautiful this was. Me and my sister, as much as we are partners in crime. In the dark, after about 6 months of not seeing each other, had definitely lost all sorts of team work compatibility for a minute. Instead of rowing our kayak straight, we often found ourselves rowing into mangrove roots, getting stuck on the banks and even at one point going backwards and in circles.Ok back to the main story...imagine this...complete darkness. Only thing ...
... artists who set up selling their creations, souvenir shops, all types of restaurants and other shops. I made sure to wear comfortable shoes though because there was so much to ...
... defensive perimeter. In fact, it wasn't until after the Spanish-American War that San Juan was occupied by non-Spaniards. Even the Americans, upon taking possession, utilized the forts until the mid-20th century when El Morro and San Cristobal were modified to serve as German U-Boat spotting stations. Guess you can't keep a good fort down!Dart and I spent the day walking the surprisingly compact City, picked up a pair of National Park cancellations, ...
... 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 ...