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Old October 11, 2007, 07:25 PM   #1
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ESJ in Puerto Rico

I'm going next month for a girls weekend. Any suggestions on where to eat or things to do?
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Old December 14, 2007, 04:16 PM   #2
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you will be staying in one of the most trendy areas of Isla Verde. You will have
a multiple of choices for dinning. Go to any of the big hotels, El San Juan Hotel,
for instance, you will find Chris Steak house, the best chinese food., etc. Many of the hotels will be within walking distance of your stay at ESJ. Also a trillion
places for fast foods, and many more for typical island cusine. You are going to
love the food. Also, take your car and go into Old San Juan, the best dinning
i.e, The Parrot Club, and many, many more of the top eating places in PR>
The sightseeing is like no other. Get back to your area before dark so as not
to get lost, as nighttime can be tricky when driving. ENJOY!!!!
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Old December 15, 2007, 08:46 AM   #3
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Take the ferry to the islands of either Culebra or Vieques (fantastic beaches). Book a catamaran trip that includes snorkeling, food and drink. (Big Fun) Both trips leave from Fajardo..
PR is a very large island so I would recommend a rental car if you're adventurous.
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Old December 15, 2007, 09:10 AM   #4
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I second the Parrot Club!!!

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Take the ferry to the islands of either Culebra or Vieques (fantastic beaches). Book a catamaran trip that includes snorkeling, food and drink. (Big Fun) Both trips leave from Fajardo..
PR is a very large island so I would recommend a rental car if you're adventurous.
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Disneydor, I just re-read your post. You'll only be there for a weekend.Cancel my previous reply. You don't have enough time. I'm curious; why only a weekend? You'll be sorry! . Just keep DRINKING!!!!!!
Tenga un gran rato!!! (Have a great time)
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Thanks for the advice but we went in November. It was actually a Thursday - Monday. We spent the days at the beach and had the chair guy put our chairs in front of the El San Juan Hotel & Casino. What a beautiful place. Thursday -Saturday they have live entertainment in the lobby and people were dancing and drinking. There are 4 bars right there along with the casino. We also went to Club Brava. We ate at the Agave Ranch in that hotel, great food. Also had an excellent Italian dinner at the Intercontinental Hotel. We had appetizers a 2-3 times at Luppi's. Not bad, got to sit outside. And also had lunch outside at the Intercontinental. We ate somewhere else, I can't remember the name of it but they had great Sangria. We also went to Old San Juan, the food festival was going on so the streets were closed off and you could get food and drinks on the street. We did the Bacardi Factory tour and also went to the Rain forest. All in all, a great trip.
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