The Beach House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... forward to going back and telling her culinary classmates about it!
We finally got the food done after an hour and a half. (It should have taken about 30 minutes.) We were able to quickly celebrate Elexus' birthday before headed to the Bio Bay tour.
Students were also absolutely terrified about kayaking on Bio Bay. For those of you that don't know what this is, they are tiny single cell organisms which create a charge and let off light when they are disturbed. This ...
... A Kipling with a monkey attached. A cheer up bag because we found nothing else. Back at the hostel we met Callum, a guy with a car, who was doing a drive around the island and invited us to go with him. We accepted of course. So the next morning we got up early and headed off with Callum to explore the island. We began with a wrong turn off the freeway and ended up in Aricebo, the home of the worlds largest stationary satellite dish. As seen in the movies Golden Eye ...
... 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.
... the cache back we move onto the next one. All the caches on our trip are located at points of interest, a monument, a statue. It takes you off the beaten track and to places you would never think of going. Such fun.
We didn't find them all and we left Sue and Malc to continue as by 3pm the heat was getting oppressive and we needed to find an air-conditioned coffee shop to cool off. We locate a Starbucks and enjoy a White ...
... then around to the old city walls overlooking the harbor, and finally back along the coast to the pier.
For better or worse, this area of Old San Juan is not overly-touristy. Yes, there are a multitude of tourist-oriented shops, but they are nestled into old buildings, along brick streets laid well before my Grandfather was born (and possibly even before his grandfather was born).
And those streets ...