The Beach House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... huge. All the hostels, the whole 3 of them tell you to hire a car. Wish we had known as we would have hired one at the airport. Our first day was spent walking around Miramar looking at all the interesting street art. There are some great pictures on the buildings but the area itself is a little sketchy. In the evening we had a few drinks at the hostel with some of the fellas (there are no girls staying here) and then went to La Plazita. La Plazita is a square and a few ...
... off the ship. The immigration line up was moving well up until the family in front of us decided they were just going to chit chat and we saw at least 30 people in the line beside us move before Ryan had to say something out of sheer frustration. By this point, we had reached the end of our patience with people who do not pay attention, a pet peeve of ours when travelling so probably better that ...
... of the history. Since both forts close at 6, we thought we'd better head over to El Morro before closing time. It's about a 20 minute walk from one to the other. Coincidently there is a free shuttle that runs between the 2 on a somewhat random schedule that worked out to about every 25 minutes, so we got to El Morro at about the same time as the shuttle that we didn't wait for. By walking we also got some more photos of the ...
While that was the original intention, the amount of salsa that actually happened on this brother sister vacation was a bare minimum. As a result of which, I need to come back to this part of the world again, just for the sake of Puerto Rican Salsa.It was one of those weekends, where I was off and so was my sister. And in times like this when we're both off, there's usually only one logical conclusion that me and my sister ever come upon...we need to do something ...
... PR to meet the Otero family. Lots of drinking including a pitorro shots. Lots of food, lots of salsa dancing, and laughs.
April 1: Yari and I went to Old San Juan to eat at El Hamburguer. We went to find Nathan a present at Old San Juan. Enjoyed the beauty parts of Old San Juan. Later at night, we relaxed at the parent's house with family. Margarita made a nice dinner.
April 2: We went back to Austin, TX. No Delays.