Hotel Parador Guanica 1929
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... in Congress, they just can't vote). So you think that rice dish is going to be cheap. It ain't. Prices here are higher than Seattle's, except for the cheap rum (thank god for small favors, amirite?). So we set out to find a cheap, authentic dinner place. We happened upon a beachside shack selling homestyle Puerto Rican food. The place was kind of divey, and completely empty, but it was cheap, so we walked in. Imagine our surprise to discover all the diners in the back- ...
... all of this attention; but with each successive encounter, she became more at ease. By the end of our walk to La Mina Falls, she seemed a bit put out if people *didn't* stop to say hello to her. If someone walked by without stopping she'd turn a bit and look back at them as if to say "Hey! I'm cute! Say hello!" As we approached the falls, she got nervous again, presumably from the noise of the falls. She didn't ...
... into their Baby Bjorns - James with Daddy, and Jasper with Mummy.
After parking in the lot, we approached the ranger station, our hiking limitations very obvious. We had been wanting to see the big tree that is a centerpiece of the reserve, but the ranger explained that it is at the bottom of a steep hill, and - a dealbreaker - seems to be guarded by bees! After that ...
... diners at the Parador in La Paguera today, and we ate our sandwiches and fritters as we listened to the Midnight Cowboy soundtrack. We saw a few locals on our explorations, but no tourists (a bonus, although the area's restaurants seemed geared for them), and didn't get to sample the local seafood. The weekends are apparently much more lively. So, we technically didn't leave the US, but we ...
... and ingredients, like plantains or adobo, it gives their dishes a distinctive color, smell and taste. Most dishes vary according to the taste of the chef and what happens to be available at the time of purchase. From a mixture of different backgrounds, it is interesting to notice how the people of Puerto Rico demonstrate their different tendencies that express their unique culture and ancestral ...