The Ritz-Carlton, San Juan
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- Swimming pool
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... to add Puerto Rico to our itinerary. So here we are arriving at 4pm a after setting off from Panama at 3am in the morning on Thanksgiving! You'd think we'd be stoked to finally have our first thanksgiving but no, all the stores and restaurants in our area were closed. No thanksgiving dinner or pumpkin pie for us. However Black Friday sales tomorrow! We woke up late after an evening of a few rums unsure what to do next. There's no bus system, taxis are expensive and the ...
I was up early again to watch us dock in San Juan, and saw some great maneuvering by the captain to get us safely tied up behind the Celebrity Summit. We ate our last breakfast in the Windjammer and at 8:30 headed out towards the Coral Theatre to wait for our number to be called. We only waited a few minutes before they called our group and we heard the last ding of our seapass card being scanned as ...
... was exclusive to the Aqua class which we belong to. Dinner was pleasant. The waiting staff was very nice – they’re so much better than the ones we had with Regent!
Had the mandatory safety drill at 7:45. Then we walked around deck 11 to walk off the food. The Latino music they’re playing was so inviting so we joined the small crowd and moved our bodies – really wish I could dance like some of them do!
... Desk, but there were no cancellations for the Rum tour (I don't understand that - if we have free booze on the ship, why do all these people want more free booze on a tour? Why do I?). Nico at Destinations suggested that we just do a walking tour of Old San Juan, and gave us a map with some suggested stops. Old San Juan is a very small subset of the entire San Juan metro area, and in some respects reminded Kelly and I ...
... to eat dinner at a restaurant by the water. Went back to the beach house for another Piņa Colada.
March 29: We went back to San Juan on the boat. It was a four hour long ride. The ride was a little scary. Lot of wind and the boat was at an angle almost the entire time. There was a storm as well.
For dinner that night, we went to meet the Martinez family. Lot of people gathered there. It was Good Friday and they made a lot ...