San Miguel Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... found a few hermit crabs wandering around. The light house was really pretty and set on a lovely coastline. The bay next to it had the most stunning beach and a sign saying there's usually manatees in it. With a massive storm looming we headed on to our last stop of the day in the middle of the south coast, Ponce. About half way to Ponce the rain started. It was so heavy in parts that we couldn't see the road. We continued carefully and made it to Ponce and the Parque ...
... long, thin strands of pasta Tagliatelle — long, flat strands of pasta Tortellini — small, folded pillows of pasta, usually stuffed with cheese, meat or vegetables Ziti — large noodles, shaped like macaroni Pasta sauces Pasta sauces vary from restaurant to restaurant, but the fundamental properties of each sauce are unchanging. Boscaiola — tomatoes, butter, cheese, mushrooms, olive oil, garlic Bolognese — meat, tomatoes, cheese ...
Jen and I head into the unknown today - taking a trip on a smallish propeller plane from San Juan, Puerto Rico to Melville Hall Airport, Dominica. Right now we're at the San Juan airport waiting for our flight that leaves at 12:20 PM local time (11:20 AM ET). We were told that the security lines at the airport are laughably slow, so we left the hotel around 9:45 AM for a ten minute drive to the airport. As expected, there were virtually no lines to speak ...
... stop was Café el Punto (also where they sell the masks) for alcapurrias. These are similar to an empanada. The pocket is made from shredded plantain and meat inside, then deep fried (like everything in Puerto Rico). Now onto a very debatable topic, the home of the Pina Colada. We arrived at Barrachina’s where it is reputed to have originated from – however some believe it was discovered at the Hilton. Mmm – I ...
Ponce de Leon, the explorer who was sent by the Spanish to the New World in search of the Fountain of Youth is buried in the Cathedral of San Juan in the city's Old Town. A three or four minute walk from the cathedral takes you to the second oldest church that has been in continuous use in the New World - Santo Domingo in the Dominican ...