Parador Vistamar

Address: Rd 113N # 6205, Quebradillas, 00678, Puerto Rico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rd 113N # 6205, Quebradillas, is near Tunel de Guajataca 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

      ... David had three helpings and I had two. Yes, it was that good.

      We finally made it to Castillo El Morro where the kids picked up their junior ranger booklets and were off to the races trying to fill in the answers. They were so excited to get their badges at the end of the day. The Castillo El Morro is the largest and oldest fort I’ve ever been too. It lives up to the hype and is a well worth a ...

      Last Day in Rincon

      A travel blog entry by ldillard on Jan 02, 2014

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      Sadly this is our last day in Rincon. Up at 8am to get ourselves to Steps Beach for snorkeling. Breakfast of cereal, bananas, fruit smoothie,hot tea. Packed up chairs, snorkels and headed out.

      We were one of the first groups here – beautiful snorkeling– fan, brain, antler corals and lots of cool colorful fish. Saw a flounder laying ...

      A visit to Old San Juan

      A travel blog entry by lnandv on Feb 24, 2012

      22 photos

      ... sensory experience.

      Our foray into Old San Juan began at "El Morro", the Spanish fortress which overlooks the entrance to San Juan Bay. We explored every level of the edifice on foot, climbing up and down the same passage ways which 16th Century soldiers likely traversed in the course of their daily routines. While at El Morro, Veronica’s keen eyes spotted two iguanas sitting contentedly atop the fortress, ...

      Time has no meaning in the Camuy Caves

      A travel blog entry by lnandv on Feb 23, 2012

      9 photos

      ... at the Camuy caves, we found ourselves delayed but no less enthusiastic about our choice of destination for the day. Part of the National Park system of Puerto Rico, the caves boast the third largest underground river in the world. The waterway follows its course through a network of caves, canyons and sinkholes which were cut through the island’s limestone base over the course of millions of years. The landscape in and around the park ...

      Anasco Plaza and back to Rincon-our last full day!

      A travel blog entry by postonfamilyusa on Apr 19, 2011

      11 photos

      ... We arrived at happy hour as the 80's and early 90's tunes blared in a mix with some reggae and salsa hits. The atmosphere was loud to have kids at but we made the best of it muching on guacamole dip, salsa, and chips while waiting for our mahi mahi baked in a banana leaf and carribean steak feast to arrive. The food was quite good and the stray cats roaming outside had no complaints with our leftover scraps as we fed them while sitting in the square. ...