Casa Condado Hotel
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... only had 2 hours of sleep (a whole other story). We found a little bar that wasn't crowded and had margaritas. The bartender offered us some very helpful advice on where to go and what to do on the island. Too bad we couldn't remember any of it. Next time, I will write that **** down.
We decided to go the the breakfast restaurant Jose had recommended then make our way to the El Yuneque rain forrest the next ...
... viewing on my part and one more email story of partying with models and DJs in a nightclub in Miami from Tom. During this time I had told my Mum that I had cancelled one credit card and was saving the other for emergencies. In truth, both were close to maxed, and I had cut one in half, taken a picture, sent it to Mum to show her it was no longer useable, then simply phoned Westpac and requested another. Such was my desire to keep the adventure alive. But I had enough left ...
... the sake of this particular weekend, it was booking a ticket to Puerto Rico.Landing in Puerto Rico after a quick flight, we straight away went to rent a car. While my previous renting experience in Hawaii had left me with a Fiat, instead of my preferred convertible, this time I thought I would choose a different company and perhaps find a convertible. 40 minutes and several signings later, I was driving out of the parking lot....with a FIAT. a frikking Fiat. Life ...
... for something and I stumbled on one of my brother’s old emails from 4 years ago. It contained a Craigslist description for a house in Rincon, Puerto Rico. I had to smile when I saw it again. My mind was open now that I had visited the Caribbean. I read the description for the first time and I was intrigued. It sounded beautiful. I did an ...
... Puerto Rico’s role as a guardian of the New World. Within these walls, you can feel the awesome power this bastion of defense once commanded, and you can bear witness to nearly half a century of military history that began with the Spanish conquistadores and ended with World War II.
Between the visits to these two forts, I enjoyed walking near the water. Joanne continued ...