The Pineapple Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Morro. We had planned to stay in San Juan for a day but after seeing the fort from the water we all agreed that a proper visit to the fort was a must. Also, this was a great way to include a brief history lesson for the kids. We docked at San Juan Marina and cleared customs. After we were given the green light, we hailed a taxi and went to explore Old San Juan. Our first stop was at an ethnic Puerto Rican ...
After breakfast we went straight to the beach to enjoy some last sunshine, or actually just to enjoy laying in the shade. We were both a little bit burned from the day before. The sea was very calm and it was nice and quite up until a huge family-clan arrived. Luckily they left after a while and then we had the beach almost to ourselves. Just before noon it was time for us to leave. We took one last look at the sea, packed our bags and checked out of ...
... and walking in the heat to El Morro in time for a ranger led, English speaking, tour. Rising 140 feet above the ocean, the fort is a massive structure. With tower lookouts, tiny rooms and long passageways the fort was fun to explore and we spent several hours here before leaving to wander the streets of Old ...
... to be forgotten!
The trip from Rincon to the lighthouse was about 50 kms with some side trips, and now we made our way back to Rincon for a swim and sunset drinks on the balcony! Marvellous!
Dinner at Tropical Rincon was a ...
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 ...