Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... when I get back. I like it here, its different, and I dont know what to expect which is what I like, the spontaneous feel of adventure. Today, we plan on going to el Yunque and Guavate, which is a big roasting town. While I know I will enjoy my time here, I know my mind will also be thinking of how I can help my passion which is animal warfare. Either way I am off for day two of our 4 days in Puerto Rico before we board our 9 day cruise.
... for Ponce de Leon, Puerto Rico’s first governor. It was lived in by his descendants for 250 years before going to the Spanish, then Americans, and now it’s a museum and historical monument. Given that it was a Sunday afternoon, it wasn’t open to visitors, so we continued on, turning east onto Beneficencia and passing the 500th anniversary plaza ("Plaza del Quinto Centenario") which is commemorated by a column celebrating the 500 ...
... br> Met Butch n Natie,Patricia n Jonathan (bride n groom)
Walk by the sea.
Take out dinner from a Chinese Restaurant .
Check out the hotel.Modern,chic and ala Vegas.
Pool is open 24 hrs.Lots of people swimming at night.
Heard a lot of Coquis(frogs)in the hotel garden
Sound like a bird.Only found in Puerto Rico.
Retired at 11 pm.
... way into the park, continually heading up. Our first stop was the La Coca Falls. Over packed with tourists. We then stopped at the Yocahu Tower. The view from the top of the tower was amazing. The spot we wanted to see the most was the La Mina Falls. It was a 0.7 mile hike back to the falls. My ass. This felt like a 2 mile hike back to the falls. The walk to the falls was on a very small ...
... to be missed if you or your travel buddy has nerdish tendencies.We got back to the room in plenty of time to get packed up for tomorrow's flight to St. Thomas. Doing the math, it looks like a 4:30 wakeup time and we knew the Bio-Bay tour would have us back late.We loaded into the van for the tour (transportation was included and I didn't relish late-night Puerto Rico traffic) and headed to Fajardo on the extreme northeast point of the island. Once we arrived, about ...