Casa Islena Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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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On our way back to the boat we ran into a local fisherman on the dock. He used to live in Connecticut but has since lived in Puerto Rico. Tyler and Maya was invited to play with his kids and their friends. A treat for our kids since they are always on the search for friends to play with.
Two days in San Juan was just not enough time. On Saturday we left the historic city. We will be back another time.
Breakfast of cereal, bananas, and healthy fruit smoothies from Jean and Harry – so nice! Coffee at different local bakery – once again not great. Tootled around the area to Punta Beach on the Atlantic side. Had the best banana mocha drink and latte from Banana Dangs. Amazing!! Drank them as we walked around the lighthouse again. Lunch of asopao (stew) with fish, arroz mamposteao, cold Medallas and shrimp empanadilla at ...
... de Jobos, a beach Ronnie remembered visiting on an earlier trip to the island. The beach is near the coastal town of Isabella, but new development made the area unfamiliar to Ronnie. Nonetheless, we enjoyed our walk on the beach and observed a nice family strolling the beach together looking for shells and other collectibles. We finally arrived at the Farajo Inn around 9:30 pm and met Ronnie’s friends, Bob and Pat who are also vacationing in Puerto ...
I woke up in Ponce and continued driving around the island. First stop was San German. San German was one of the first cities in Puerto Rico and started shortly after the 1400s. It has a really old street that is cobblestone and has very old nice shops on the side of the streets. It doesn't seem to be a big party town and is extremely quiet compared to the rest of Puerto Rico, which is weird because it is a very nice place. San German was in the ...
... fantastic views of the ocean and surrounding areas. The indoor/outdoor living environment was a welcome change as nightly we fell asleep to the ocean lapping against the shore and the sound of coqui frogs singing outside the window. The ...