Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino
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This was our third time in San Juan but for various reasons - once the cruise was delayed due to a refugee boat . Our ship stopped picked them up fed them and unfortunately, had to turn them over to the police upon arrival in San Juan. By the time we arrived, it was too late at night to do anything really other than get off see a few street vendor …
... bottles and was chosen by the founder Don Facundo Bacardi because there were fruit bats in the roof of the building that housed the first distillery and because he believed that bats brought good luck. The last room is made up to look like the art deco style private tasting room that Bacardi had on the island of Cuba in the roaring 20's. Sitting inside you could imagine the wealthy Americans that had come to Cuba during prohibition to enjoy the ...
... Can't recall his dessert but we have noticed that although food in the main dining is good the desserts are less so, not awful, just unremarkable.
We try our luck in the casino again. I bomb out early as Lady Luck is not a companion tonight. Peter has better luck and so we cash out only slightly down (but I still think we are slightly up overall). We head up to the pool deck at 10.30 for dancing under the stars. There is a live ...
... some perspective however, it costs between $750,000 - $900,000 USD to simply fill the fuel tanks of this boat. To fill the tank. Think about that for a minute and what else that could buy. Don't get me started on the wages, food and toiletry expenditure for the ever changing 45 odd crew members. Its now February 1, and we have had one day off since December 1st, working on average 12 hours a day, with one of the shifts being 10pm - 8am. We haven't had a full weekend ...
... a beautiful church on our walk back to the room to change into dry clothes. Quick pit stop at local Walgreens for meds, sunscreen, umbrella, toothpaste etc... after we rested, we met up with our food tour that started a t4:15pm. Met a nice young woman and her parents from DC. She is working with the Nature Conservancy. The tour started at Carli's Jazz Bistro (he was the keyboardist for the Beach Boys back in the day). Rocio was our tour guide, first stop ...