Casa Condado Hotel
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... no success in finding vegan anything, a young woman approached us and suggested one of the locals' favorite restaurants. Seeing that the line there was out the door and around the block, we took this as a very good sign and went to Cafe Puerto Rico on the old Plaza de Colon for a late lunch. Voila! They offered a vegan version of mofongo, and it was absolutely superb! I chose the cassava and garlic sauce version; it was so delicious ...
... breakfast. We agreed to go in the morning and check it out.
We headed off to our rented condo to retire for the evening. Sadly, it was not as nice as it looked in the pictures. It was a very small studio for 4 people to be staying in, but we will make it work. AW, RA and I decided to go for a little stroll thru the Condado strip and check things out. AA wanted to go to bed since she had been traveling all ...
... third time, signing up for the cities biggest and certainly its most Cult-like estate agents, Foxtons. It was this or go home, and having already once cut short a European adventure as a result of my Mum's slow but efficient hint dropping, I wasn't ready for the latter just yet. For the first 4 months of this job I worked 6 days a week, 8am - 8pm, with cold call, leads and mortgage referral targets all being monitored by a ruthless phone and computer system, and an ...
... the service left quite a bit to be desired. Our waiter did not seem to be trained. Even though he was friendly, but he knew nothing about the food. I asked if the salmon was farm raised or wild caught. He said he did not know - they came in a box as fillets. So I did not order the salmon. After we finished our main course, he said he would bring us the dessert menu. But then he forgot - I saw him chatting with the other waiters at the bar, ...
As I approached the venue I noticed the massive line
circling the park. Luckily for me I had a VIP pass, thus skipping the line and
promptly entering the fair grounds. Judging by the sheer amount of people I
could already tell I was in for a great night.
After passing friendly security I
found myself inside a massive carnival tent. This lead out and into a series of