Parador Villas Sotomayor

Address: Car. 123 km 36.6 Int 522 Km 0.2, Adjuntas, Puerto Rico, 00601, Caribbean | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Car. 123 km 36.6 Int 522 Km 0.2, Adjuntas, is near Luquillo Mountain Range.
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    Travel Blogs from Adjuntas

    Ponce- Tibes, Museo de la Música

    A travel blog entry by hfarrand on Jul 01, 2015

    3 photos

    ... museum containing the artifacts found at the site such as pottery, tools and jewelry. The center had numerous trees and flowers labeled with names and uses including the Calabash, which is still used in Puerto Rican music today as a percussion instrument. The visit to Tibes allowed me to gain an understanding of the earliest cultures of Puerto Rico, which will assist me when I teach the history of Puerto Rican ...

    Rain forest adventure

    A travel blog entry by beckiablaze on Jun 26, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... few other brief stops along the road, stepping out of the car to look at the moss on the trees or the tall stands of thick bamboo.
    Eventually we got hungry and realized that it had been hours since we had last eaten. We hopped in our car and sped home, taking a moment to regroup before walked back across the street to eat at La B de Burro again. This time we finished our meal off with a plate of piping hot cinnamon sugar flautas filled with chocolate that were to die for. ...

    Day 6

    A travel blog entry by destined2travel on Nov 28, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... a just gotten flat tire! Just imagine...two white women standing on the side of a Puerto Rican highway...hmmm just a little unnerving. We call Thrifty road side assistance and then try to find a bit of shade because we all know that you shouldn't sit in your vehicle on the side of the road. A nice young couple stop to offer their assistance, but we tell them we have help on the way. Next a Policia (policeman) stops to see that we are okay. ...

    Slow time in Puerto Rico

    A travel blog entry by pandb on Mar 25, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... this area can be rather dangerous and we hope to bypass the Dominican Republic as we have received some rather bad reports about the corruption and obstructive behaviour of the various port officials there. The worst place, allegedly, is a bay called Luperon. Let's hope we make it to the Bahamas in one hop.


    I am pleased to say that the hunt for gas was a success. After a dash on one of the local ferries from Culebra to the mainland ...


    A travel blog entry by copernicus on Jan 15, 2013

    22 photos

    ... helpless. It's the same feeling his momma is feeling as she watches him fade fast without being able to help him. She is there to nurse but he is not nursing. I can't imagine what she must be going through. The tears build up fast and instead of watching, I separate myself. Until this moment, I can't recall the last time I cried.

    I am thankful for this feeling. I am thankful I am hurting. I am thankful I am angry. I am thankful ...