Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... who offered his help with accommodations on our next visit to Puerto Rico, which is one of the largest islands in the Eastern Caribbean.
Thanks to Oscar and Eric for their help with our visit to beautiful Puerto Rico – its landscape encompasses mountains, underground caves, coral reefs, white-sand beaches and an incredibly massive rain forest that supplies fresh water to most of the island.
San Juan, the capital of the commonwealth, is a ...
... in Catano and followed the small group of touristy types to the taxi queue in a building to the right of the terminal exit. The taxis were vans and we shared a van with three other couples to head out to Bacardi. The cost of the taxi ride was $3 per person and the ride took about 10 minutes, heading westward along the waterfront of the Catano neighborhood. It looked like it had already rained that morning and the sky continued to be overcast, so ...
Breakfast in the room .Takout breakfast from Wendys.
Walk by the beach to Marriot Hotel.
Met a guard who just came from RP.Waiting for his Pinoy family.
Play ping pong with Gary,a vacationer from Waterbury,Ct.Young and athletic.
Ate in BUN hamburger place.
Angus beef meat with all the works.
Had sorbet in Baskin Robbins.
Use gym of hotel-treadmill.
DJ playing all day long in the grounds.
Wedding in the beach at 5PM.
What a start to a cruise! I’ve never met so many people within such a little amount of time before! I ended up getting an incredible group at dinner and met a very sweet lady who invited me to stay at her place in Southampton until I figured out my plan of attack! Day 1 on the cruise and things are looking up for me already!
I have been making it a point to attend as many activities as possible. The first night I ...
... took us across a wide expanse of grass. Upon arrival it was a mere $12 to get all of us admitted. I saw a sign noting it was a UNESCO World Heritage site.
We explored a lot of the fort; however, it is so large and there are so many stairs, there were a lot of places we did not go. We confined ourselves to levels 5 and 6, foregoing levels 1-4. Since 5 and 6 were the highest levels, the views were amazing. ...