Experiences in Puerto Rico

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Traditional Bomba y Plena amidst a colonial city in Puerto Rico
I have traveled all over the world, and can say this is one of the best traveling experiences I have ever had. My husband and I stayed at the heart of a historical colonial section of San Juan, in a hotel named El Convento, built more than 300 years ago. The stay was worth it. Although there are no resorts in Old San Juan, this hotel was cozy, luxurious and rich in culture. One of our friends had stayed there before and said it was one of the best luxury hotels in Puerto Rico and he was right.
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My Guide to Fine Dining in San Juan, stopping at La Concha
What comes to mind when I think of the culinary scene when going to Puerto Rico? Move past the rice and beans, fritters and mofongo, since that’s barely scratching the surface. Talented local chefs, many of whom have worked in Michelin-starred restaurants, are turning the island into a world-class dining destination.
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VOY SUBIENDO… TO THE SANSE STREET FESTIVAL
Some say Puerto Rican Christmas are the longest Christmas in the world. Whether that’s true or false, what I can say from my own experience is that Puerto Ricans know how to say farewell to Christmas better than anyone. On the third week of January my parents and I decided to escape the snowy Chicago
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Lo-Ca-Vore, Chef Juan Jose Cuevas at Vanderbilt & Puerto Rico’s Locavore Movement
I believe most of us really do want to be healthy and we certainly want our food to taste delicious. By buying local produce, I consume foods low in preservatives, support my local economy and reduce my carbon footprint. This makes me a locavore and an advocate of the movement, which is rapidly growing in
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