Parador El Guajataca

Address: Road #2, Km 103.8, Quebradillas, 00678, Puerto Rico | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Road #2, Km 103.8, Quebradillas, is near Tunel de Guajataca, Shacks Beach, and Museum of our African Roots (Museo de Nuestra Raiz Africana).
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      Travel Blogs from Quebradillas

      Discovering Puerto Rico

      A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Jun 18, 2014

      45 photos

      ... police and questioned on our intentions in Puerto Rico. They suggested that we contact the US Coast Guard of our location and intent again. We would have checked in but found out that Customs and Immigration does not perform on-boat check in and requires cruisers to go to the airport to check in. Not wanting to deal with the hassle of going to the airport, we decided that we would simply leave our quarantine flag ...

      Last Day in Rincon

      A travel blog entry by ldillard on Jan 02, 2014

      3 photos

      ... camouflaged next to a rock. Such a nice morning!

      Spent the rest of the day playing in the water, snacking,walking on the beach, reading etc… Confirmed flight to Culebra for the next day, car rental check-in and place to stay in Culebra – should be OK for the last leg of our trip.

      Went to our favorite Puerto Rican comida ...

      The Northern Coast

      A travel blog entry by drmom on Mar 23, 2012

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... we were near the edge of a 20+ foot cliff with huge waves coming in and rising way above the top of the cliff. It was fun to watch!

      We continued on, ending up at Arecibo. There was a nice beach and a lighthouse that was built by Spaniards and finished the same year that they lost Puerto Rico to the US. By the time we were done there it was time to make our way back east.
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      A visit to Old San Juan

      A travel blog entry by lnandv on Feb 24, 2012

      22 photos

      ... politely asked Sheila to discard her Diet Coke while riding the trolley. (No drinking on the trolley apparently extends to sodas as well.) We disembarked near Calle Cristo and enjoyed lunch at Al Denti Ristoranti and Wine Bar (after having passed by the restaurant offering goat stew and rabbit stew). As it was a typical sunny and beautiful day in Puerto Rico, we dined outside at a leisurely pace over a fine glass of Merlot (for Sheila) and ...

      Time has no meaning in the Camuy Caves

      A travel blog entry by lnandv on Feb 23, 2012

      9 photos

      ... and grazing horses (some right at the roadside), but seemingly never near our desired destination. Ronnie navigated the narrow byways with tremendous skill, but eventually darkness set in and we abandoned our quest for El Morro on this day.

      Returning home for a nice dinner at the hotel with Bob and Pat, we will set out another time for old San Juan. Fortunately, time does have a tendency to be suspended while on vacation and there is always ...