Fortaleza Guest House

Address: 303 Calle Fortaleza, San Juan, Puerto Rico | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 303 Calle Fortaleza, San Juan, is near La Fortaleza - Palacio de Santa Catalina, Alcaldia (City Hall), SoFo, and Moon Dance.
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    Travel Blogs from San Juan

    By the skin of our teeth

    A travel blog entry by beckiablaze on Jun 25, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    To be completely honest, this entire trip has been motivated by my insatiable travel bug. I couldn't imagine taking three months off work for maternity leave and not do at least one big(ish) trip with that time. I may be a little absurd in that, but it's the honest truth. Thankfully I have a husband who tolerates my need for speed, and a baby who doesn't have much of a say yet.

    So, we drove down to Chicago late Wednesday afternoon and checked into our ...

    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by joel_salgado on Mar 10, 2015

    10 photos

    ... Rico’s only microbrewery, for a flight of their products. “El Taino” was unavailable due to its seasonal nature. The beers were okay, some better than others. I really enjoyed the Old Harbor (Extra Pale Ale) and Kofresi (stout) the best. Next, we roamed the streets toward El Morro and picked up some piraguas (Puerto Rican snowcone) along the way. El Morro was breezy and beautiful as always. I didn’t go in this time, but there’s ...

    A Day in San Juan

    A travel blog entry by brianporter on Jan 07, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... with a bustling business district, glitzy resorts and casinos, as well as one of the most stunning examples of colonial life in the Western world. Its old city is the second oldest European-founded city in the New World. The distinct blue paving stones of Old San Juan's streets were originally used as ballasts by ships crossing the ocean from Spain. A city highlight of our morning tour was San Felipe El Morro, the most dramatic of all the city’s ...

    El Morro y La Ciudad

    A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 31, 2014

    18 photos

    ... drives how busy the downtown area is. When we first arrived the night before one of the ships was leaving and in the earlier part of the morning the streets were quiet and mainly filled with what appeared to be locals. By midday, once the Carnival cruise arrived, the number of people increased significantly. It could also due to the fact that it was a Sunday, so people were at church or with family in the morning.


    After coffee we strolled down the ...

    Fort Fun in San Juan

    A travel blog entry by zolina on Dec 19, 2013

    68 photos

    ... down.These bars are very typical of Spain, but I’d never gone to one when I was there because I was too scared to try the food. But I wanted to try it now. So we had some chorizos (Spanish sausage & mushroom) and ham croquettes. Both were good, but not great. I also had a glass of sangria.

    Our next destination was back to the ship. And there was a long line getting back on, which did not feel good on our already tired feet. When we got back to ...