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

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      On our way back to the boat we ran into a local fisherman on the dock. He used to live in Connecticut but has since lived in Puerto Rico. Tyler and Maya was invited to play with his kids and their friends. A treat for our kids since they are always on the search for friends to play with.

      Two days in San Juan was just not enough time. On Saturday we left the historic city. We will be back another time.
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      Last Day in Rincon

      A travel blog entry by ldillard on Jan 02, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      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 ...

      Punta, Aguada, Aguadilla, Isabela, & Quebradillas

      A travel blog entry by postonfamilyusa on Apr 18, 2011

      69 photos

      ... views) as possible.

      In Rincon, we found the lighthouse, stopping to purchase a couple of souvenirs at a hand-made jewelry vendor in the parking area before entering the gorgeous sea-side gardens surrounding the lighthouse. The views were amazing and the weather was perfection. Just up past the lighthouse, we found the remnants of the nuclear reactor that was in service during the 1960's with their rusting green domes looming ...