Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... enjoy the limited time we had on the ship since we'd be off the maximum time allowed in all the ports we were going to hit. Dinner was promptly at 5:45pm, and we decided to skip the stage show as we had seen it before. We put the gift bags we were giving away together instead and started dropping them off, watched a movie in the stateroom and basically just enjoyed ourselves until running up to the top deck to watch San Juan disappear into the distance as our phones finally lost signal.
... I'm not yet ran but I'm working on it.
The embassy suites is a nice hotel. But to call it a golf resort is an overstatement. The golf course has not been tended to for a couple years at best. Weeds that were a few inches thick were in all the sand traps and debris was all over the course. Bottom line. Don't being your clubs.
It was already planned that I would switch hotels to the double tree in San Juan so I couldn't stay at the resort for too long. ...
... center and got a map of San Juan. One of the places I had read about was La Taberna Lúpulo This is the best beer bar in all of San Juan. Probably in the Caribbean. The temperature is warm and the humidity is high and everything is up hill. We finally make our way to La Taberna Lupulo only to find out they don't open for another hour and a half. Disappointed but in serious need of hops ...
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On the menu there is a section that is the same menu every night. There is also the nightly rotation and there is a section called the 'Didja'...as in 'didja ever try'.....and offered something unique every night (and I choose it every night). I usually ended up with the didja, an entree, the main and a dessert. So ...
... defensive perimeter. In fact, it wasn't until after the Spanish-American War that San Juan was occupied by non-Spaniards. Even the Americans, upon taking possession, utilized the forts until the mid-20th century when El Morro and San Cristobal were modified to serve as German U-Boat spotting stations. Guess you can't keep a good fort down!Dart and I spent the day walking the surprisingly compact City, picked up a pair of National Park cancellations, ...