Caleta 64 Apartment

Address: Caleta de San Juan #64, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico | Inn
 
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This inn, located in the Downtown/City center area of San Juan, is near San Juan Cathedral (Catedral de San Juan), Statue of Ponce de Leon, Felisa Rincon de Gautier Museum, and Plaza of San Jose.
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    Puerto Rico

    A travel blog entry by grrraceface on Jun 18, 2015

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    ... It is the largest fort in the Caribbean. It took over 150 years to build and was built to protect from pirates and other intruders. It was quite a majestic establishment. I was really sad we only had about 6 1/2 hours in Puerto Rico, and if I ever have the chance, I would love to visit again for a week or more. It's so amazing! I really wanted to try the ...

    Día uno

    A travel blog entry by senorsteele on Mar 06, 2015

    ... find a place to eat. Crystal (my wife) always gets upset with me when we walk somewhere and I don't know exactly where we are going (get lost). Well eventually, we came across a restaurant that I had looked up the day before called Kasalta. We envisioned a fancy Spanish restaurant, and were surprised to walk up to a deli style place that seems to be frequented by police officers, and people looking to take home some nice meats and cheeses. We ordered our meal tapas style ...

    Two words: Mofongo and Mojito!

    A travel blog entry by travelingmer on Nov 11, 2014

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    ... ll eventually find yourself near Café Puerto Rico for lunch; the Mofongo was AH-MAZING! A large group of us met for lunch and everyone tried some variation of this regional dish. Most of us went with cassava, or yuca (somewhat like a potato) rather than the plantain version which has sweetness to it. The cassava is fried and filled with tender, savory chicken and sauce. Pair this with the hands-down best mojito of my life, no overly syrupy sweetness here, just tart lime ...

    El Morro y La Ciudad

    A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 31, 2014

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    ... in the 19th century and is the final resting place of many famous Puerto Ricans. The cemetery was closed to visitors, so we just looked over the city walls to see the ornate mausoleums and headstones. On the grassy hill that slopes down from the fort there were dozens of people, families and couples, picnicking and flying kites. There were dozens of kites in the air, and since it was the Sunday of a three day Labor Day weekend it made sense that ...

    Salsa in Old San Juan

    A travel blog entry by raniroo on Nov 02, 2013

    ... so I head out early into the very quiet streets of Old San Juan and hunt out some sustenance. Coffee!!! Grown locally (and also imported to appease the masses) – locals really know their coffee beans and all around town places are advertising which beans they use and how they are roasted. Big competition! On a recommendation, I headed to CafĂ© Cultura to test my coffee tolerance, opting for a very strong macchiato – ...