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    • Transportation and grocery stores as well as pubs/restaurants in Cabo Roja

      Cabo Rojo Apr 17, 2014 at 2:13 PM

      How much would it cost to take a cab from Cabo Roja to Joyuda or BoquerĂ³n?
      Is taxi fare generally expensive, because we do not want to rent a car.
      Is a car definitely needed?
      Can you walk to grocery stores, restaurants and bars without needing a car?
      Do you need to drink bottled water?
      Thanks
      Gillian

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    • airport transportation

      San German Apr 1, 2014 at 11:17 AM

      Is there a shuttle that goes from the San Juan airport to San German?

      Thank you!

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    • bay tours around old san juan

      San Juan Municipio 16 hours ago

      what are the names of some local companies that offer boat tours around the bay in old san juan? thanks

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    • bacardi tour

      Puerto Rico 16 hours ago

      what is the best way get to the distillery?

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    • 3 months in Vieques

      Vieques Apr 16, 2014 at 7:53 PM

      We are hoping to spend January-March in Vieques. How do we find a three month rental?

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      Mosquito Bay - worth visiting in June?

      Vieques Apr 5, 2014 at 6:47 PM

      We are planning to visit PR for a week, and want to visit either Vieques or Culebra for a couple of days. I heard on other sites that perhaps the bay is not glowing and no one knows why.

      That said, if the main attraction in Vieques may not be visible in June, is Vieques still worth visiting or should we go to quieter Culebra instead?

      Thanks in advance for any opinions.

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      Which part of PR should we stay?

      Puerto Rico Apr 3, 2014 at 7:49 AM

      Hi there! My boyfriend and I are looking to go to Puerto Rico in May. We will be using our HH Honors points and are having trouble deciding between the Hilton properties in comparison to which part of PR we should stay! We've narrowed it down to:

      • El San Juan Resort & Casino in the Isla Verde District
      • Caribe Hilton in Condado
      • El Conquistador Waldorf Astoria in Fajardo

      A beachfront property with a pristine beach is a must -- shops, restaurants and night life not too far away would be ideal, but we're also extremely interested in snorkeling, bioluminescent bay, and horseback riding on the beach.

      Has anyone stayed at these properties, or suggest which part of Puerto Rico might be most ideal for us? I'm thinking we'll definitely want to rent a car for everything we want to do. Any advise to help us plan a perfect romantic/fun/adventurous/relaxing/picturesque getaway is so greatly appreciated!

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    • Good beach for snorkeling

      Puerto Rico Apr 10, 2014 at 10:00 AM

      We will be in PR from May 20-May 27, staying in Humacao in the eastern side of the island. Can anyone recommend a beach that has good snorkeling right from the beach? We will have a rental car, so we can drive to different regions. Thanks for any recommendations!

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    • Old San Juan shoe store?

      San Juan Mar 24, 2014 at 12:41 PM

      I went into a shoe store in Old San Juan in November and found some black sharkskin boat shoes that I regret not buying, i can not find any info on the shoes or the store online. Dose anyone have any idea about which store I wondered into?

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    • Shopping and tourism

      San Juan Mar 24, 2014 at 9:35 AM

      We are staying in p.r. For a week. First 3 days in San Juan area for shopping,tourism, night life and good food. The rest of our trip will be in vieques for beaches, snorkeling etc.We want to know of an upper scale hotel to stay in San Juan that is safe to walk around and keep our valuables safe at. Thank you!

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    • tAXI ZONE

      San Juan Apr 6, 2014 at 2:55 PM

      wHAT ZONE IS dOUBLETREE LOCATED IN

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      Rincon or St Croix??

      Rincon Sep 9, 2013 at 6:36 PM

      Hi All,

      My wife and I are going to move from the mainland to a beach/island community somewhere very soon and need as much input as all you are willing to give.

      I want to preface my request for thoughts, opinions and advise by sharing that I lived on STT for a year spending a lot of time in the BVI as a first mate on a 75' charter cat named Serendy back in 89-90 and loved every minute of it and loved just about everyone I met.

      I lived on and owned a resort in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye Belize for over 2 yrs. and like wise loved every minute of it. This was 1998 - late 2000.

      I lived on Sint Maarten for almost a year and loved it as well.

      We have traveled many many times to all areas of Mexico especially the Yucatan peninsula and love it as well.

      We spend a great deal of time in Destin Florida. In fact we were set on moving to Destin but I do long for the island life and something a bit more exotic and removed from the normal day to day of the mainland.

      I mention our background so those willing to share know that we have been exposed to island life etc. BUT obviously things can and probably have changed quite a bit over the last 10 years or so.

      Anyway, I am in my early 50's, my wife is 38 and we have a 6 year old and a 5 month old.

      Can anyone share thoughts, opinions and comparisons about and between STX and Rincon Puerto Rico?

      I own a resort development,, consulting and sales and marketing firm and hope to offer my services in the location we choose.

      My wife is an incredible cook/self taught "chef", artist and marketing executive. She hopes to put those loves into some kind of business.

      In addition, we hope to identify new business and service needs wherever we move and start new businesses as well if and when possible.

      So as not to paint the wrong picture, we are coming out of a devastating economic collapse with our businesses but both are back on the rise so we will not be coming in throwing money around. On the contrary, while our businesses are on the rebound and can be ran from a computer and phone, we will be continuing to rebuild to a large degree. We just decided to rebuild in a beach community and break as far away from the mainland rat race as possible.

      Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks.

    • MARCH TEMPERATURE

      Rincon Jan 7, 2013 at 11:48 AM

      FOLKS: we are vacationing in Rincon from March 11 to March 18 and most of the condos we have been looking at at have air-conditioning in the bedrooms only.

      I know this is a very subjective question -- but will it be hot inside a condo without air-conditioning throughout?

      Thanks,
      Steve

      1 Answer Jan 7, 2013 at 11:55 AM
    • Snorkeling in Rincon

      Rincon May 22, 2011 at 11:09 AM

      Has anyone here snorkeled in the Rincon area? We'll be staying there for a few days and wanted to do some snorkeling. Is it worth doing a snorkel tour to Desecho island? Or if you have recommendations for good snorkeling in the rincon area, it would be appreciated

    • Party Rentals in Rincon?

      Rincon May 30, 2006 at 10:22 PM

      Hi,

      My friend is getting married in Rincon this summer. The reception will be a self catered bbq on the beach. The problem is that we'll still need some chairs, tables, ice tubs, etc. Can anyone supply the name and number of a party rental place?

      thanks!

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      Driving time from San Juan to Rincon

      Rincon Mar 2, 2006 at 10:05 AM

      I am getting away from the cold of New York and going to PR for a long weekend and would like to spend the day in Rincon. Anyone have any ideas how long it takes to get there. I will be renting a car and enjoy driving.

      Thanks for your feedback.
      :-)

      1 Answer Mar 12, 2006 at 1:43 PM
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      Driving time from San Juan to Rincon

      Rincon Mar 2, 2006 at 9:21 AM

      I am getting away from the cold of New York and going to PR for a long weekend and would like to spend the day in Rincon. Anyone have any ideas how long it takes to get there. I will be renting a car and enjoy driving.

      Thanks for your feedback.
      :-)

      1 Answer Mar 2, 2006 at 1:18 PM
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      cheap transportation to Rincon from san juan, or just cheap lodging in san juan?

      Rincon Feb 18, 2006 at 6:50 PM

      I'm flying into San Juan in 2 weeks, and I want to stay there but I can't find anything very cheap (hostel prices...$20-$30/night). If anyone knows of anything please lemme knowm, I've been searching and I'm a college student with a tight budget.

      I see that Rincon is cheap for lodging and there's a lot of surfing around there. Anyone know of a cheap way to get to Rincon from San Juan? I don't mind camping either place either, if you know of campsites or places to set up. I'd really appreciate any advice, thanks!
      Dup

      1 Answer Feb 26, 2006 at 10:43 AM
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      travelling alone:accommodation in san juan and ponce

      Rincon Dec 20, 2005 at 12:55 PM

      Hello Everybody
      My name is Kimish. I am 24yrs guy studying at University of Southern California los angeles. I am travelling to Puerto Rico from 29th of dec to 5th Jan. At this moment I am desperately looking for accommodation. I know there are plenty of them available but since I am travelling alone and I am looking for cheap place to sleep I could not find one. I have travelled around europe where they have lot of youth hostels which are cheap and lot fun to be at. But I could not find anything like that for Puerto Rico not atleast online. I know this message is getting quite long but I appreciate if you read it.
      So back to the topic, if anyone has any idea about cheap place to sleep, I just need a place to crash. I dont want to spend more than40. I can carry my sleeping bag with me so if anyone has any idea about camping or stuff please let me know. Well this is kind weird but I am in desperate situation so if anyone can host me at their place ( I am willing to pay) then that will be great as well. Infact in that way I can get chance to meet local people and know about culture as well. I am pretty easy going.
      In anycase if anyone around san juan or ponce is there and would like to give me company to hang out with and show around that will be great as well.

      Hoping for numerous responses.
      Thanks
      Kimish

      4 Answers Mar 1, 2009 at 8:50 PM
    • Vegetarian Dinning in Puerto Rico

      Rincon Oct 18, 2004 at 3:23 AM

      I am a lacto-ovo vegetarian (the only animal products my diet includes are eggs and dairy products) and curious about what types of vegetarian cusine PR offers. Will it be hard to order a vegetarian dish in PR? As far as bean dishes go, are they prepared with pork, chicken broths, or other meats? Many thanks for any information you -- or dinning tips -- you may provide.

      1 Answer Oct 18, 2004 at 9:50 PM
    • What is the best time for Snorkeling/Scuba Diving in Rincon

      Rincon Oct 18, 2004 at 3:16 AM

      Hello, What is the best time of year to snorkel or scuba dive in Rincon, PR? Would you happen to know what an out-of-town novice should expect to pay for a scuba diving session in Rincon? Thank you for any information you may offer.

      1 Answer Oct 18, 2004 at 9:56 PM
    • lodging

      Rincon Feb 18, 2004 at 9:32 PM

      mainly headed to rincon to relax, want to walkthe beach by day see any local artist, listen to music and drink rum after dark. Any suggestions for lodging, Is the cocconut palms centrally located? Oh also must have that ocean view!

      1 Answer Feb 4, 2009 at 9:24 AM