Historic Puerto Rico




Puerto Rico has been one of my favorite places to visit in the Caribbean thus far. It is a wonderful place filled with a rich history, rhythmic sounds, and appealing flavors. The beaches are stunning, and the people are friendly and full of life. It is one of those places full of romance and pain that remind you how times change, but how important it is to value our ancestry and heritage. I fell in love with the cuisine, the music and the landscape that merges the natural surroundings with all the historic buildings.


I stayed at the beautiful San Juan Marriott Resort and Stellaris Casino, and visited The Castle of San Felipe “El Morro”, Old San Juan where I ate tons of fresh fruit and fish and danced all night long, and kayaked through the bioluminescence lake.  The town is interesting, attractive and energizing. It inspired me to learn more about its culture and the people that feel so proud to belong to Puerto Rico. 

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Puerto Rico ha sido uno de mis lugares favoritos en él Caribe hasta ahora. Está lleno de historia, sonidos rítmicos, y sabores agradables. Las playas son bellas, la gente es amable y llena de vida. Te recuerda de manera romántica como los tiempos cambian pero cuan importante es darle valor a nuestra herencia. Me enamoré de la gastronomía, la música, y él paisaje que une la naturaleza típica con la arquitectura de la época. 

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Me quedé en él  San Juan Marriott Resort and Stellaris Casino, y visité él Castillo de San Felipe “Él Morro”, La Plaza del Quinto Centenario, comí mucha fruta y pescado fresco y bailé tod la noche en él Viejo San Juan, e hize kayak en la laguna bioluminaria. Es una ciudad atractiva, interesante y energizante. Me inspiró mucho a aprender más de su cultura y de su gente orgullosa de pertenecer a Puerto Rico.  

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16 thoughts on “Historic Puerto Rico

  1. Omg lovely photos!!! I’ve been to Puerto Rico before and had the best time. Such a pretty place!!


  2. Puerto Rico has been a dream destination of mine for a long time. It really seems like paradise and since my husband is part Puerto Rican, he has family there.


  3. I have never been to Puerto Rico but it has always been on my list of places that I wanted to see. I now really want to go!


  4. Oh wow, what beautiful photos!! I’ve always wanted to visit Puerto Rico! Also you look so pretty – love your outfit!!


  5. I went to PR for the first time a month ago on a Carnival Cruise. Although it was short I had a good time in Old San Juan.


  6. I’ve never been! It looks like a bucket list trip for my Husband and I though. I love the soft architecture.


  7. Beautiful! I love places that have managed to preserve the historical buildings that they have! It’s really nice to be able to go here and just explore the place!


  8. I stopped at Puerto Rico on a cruise once but didn’t have a chance to explore much. It looks like a longer stay is in order. There is so much to see and do and lots of history.


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