San Miguel Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... switched hostels and moved into old San Juan. The hostel is in a lovely area at the beginning of old town just opposite the docks where the cruise ships come in and dock. There were 3 docked when we arrived. The view from the balcony is spectacular. We walked around, got lunch, supplies for breakfast etc and wandered around the city a bit. We met some really nice guys at the gate to the city and they told us a few things to go and see. Some more wandering around and ...
... A man made pool that was used as a pool until 1976. The man at the visitor center who sold the coqui whistle to the kids made the wistle. He told me he was 90 years old, Puerto Rican native and was in North Carolina, Germany, and Japan when he served during WWII. We ended the day visiting with the Dysons at Carolina Beach and at their hotel pool. The happy hour was enjoyed by the adults and the pool enjoyed by the ...
... as well as being the one of the island's major sea ports. The population of San Juan (metro area) is about 2 million, so about 1/2 of the population of Puerto Rico is in the San Juan Metro area. Through a website mix-up we, and several others thought we were booked for a Rum distillery tour, however we all ended up being waitlisted for a forest hike. Given that Kelly and I were not feeling that energetic, we checked with ...
While that was the original intention, the amount of salsa that actually happened on this brother sister vacation was a bare minimum. As a result of which, I need to come back to this part of the world again, just for the sake of Puerto Rican Salsa.It was one of those weekends, where I was off and so was my sister. And in times like this when we're both off, there's usually only one logical conclusion that me and my sister ever come upon...we need to do something ...
After nearly two weeks at sea, we arrived in our first port; San Juan, Puerto Rico. Me and the team met with the team from the Wave Knight and we went to the Bacardi Rum Plant. Not the best tour in the world but had a few nice Bacardi cocktails. On the way back from the Bacardi tour, we found a little local bar where we stayed for a while and ended up chatting with a friendly local man. After getting back to the ship, I had a quick change of footwear before ...