The Beach House Hotel
Travel Blogs from Isla Verde
... and la luna. We hoped that it would not rain ... all of our prior nights in Puerto Rico had been rainy ones.
I went to bed in a room I shared with my mom, with a window open to where Kimberly and Luna were sleeping. I still had a bit of uncertainty left, but even with the loss of the "carefree" part of my vacation, I went to sleep feeling even better than I had when I woke up.
Buenas Noches dear Kimberly and ...
Week 2, for the most part, was less overwhelming in terms of the environment and culture, but more intense in the classroom. In my beginner spanish class, we learned how adjectives should always come after the noun its referring to, which some took sometime to get use to. In my society and culture class, we had complete and and turn ...
... Morro) and Castillo de San Cristobal. We woke early and went in search of a breakfast location. People here must sleep in because there was barely a place in site that was open. We finally found this small "hole in the wall" who said they would serve us and we sat down and ordered the most delicious breakfast sandwiches I have ever had. It had the tastiest pork, fried cheese and eggs on a thin homemade bread. After devouring our food, we headed to our first location ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility