Casa Islena Inn
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Not long after day break, the road found me heading west to Cabo Rojo Lighthouse, which was on the south-western most tip of the island. It lay beyond two large salt flats and except for a few tourist trying to beat the morning heat I nearly had the place to myself.
The grass around the paths was quite long so I was very aware there maybe …
... serif; line-height: normal;">pretty shotty for once. But, as the name rainforest already indicates:
this may well be to be expected. The forest and its many waterfalls
were an ultra-green sight and well worth the driving time.
Day 3: the coffee plantation thing had been postponed to this day, but
we still wanted to check out Cabo Rojo on the way there. Once again,
everything took thrice as long as anticipated and so we had to sadly
... for a while, played some card games (I learned a few new ones, but of course I don't remember what they are called now) and I read some more of my book.
It started to get late, and the sun started to set so we packed up our things and headed back to the apartment to make dinner and go to bed. I was so tired I fell asleep while everyone was preparing the dinner. I felt bad cause I didn't help out but I couldnt keep my eyes open!
... at the El Convento) instead of returning us to the Sheraton. We love to take walking tours on our vacations and this one was as good as any we’ve ever had.
San Juan National Historic Site: El Morro
Day #8 – Tuesday: On Tuesday we breakfasted at La Bombonera before walking ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Islena Inn Rincon
An expensive hotel, but then all hotels seem over priced in Puerto Rico to me (circa $130 per night for 1 person). Service, location are excellent and the hotel is well appointed though.
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