Puerto Rico is an island nation located in the heart of the Caribbean. The country is administered by the United States and consists of flavours of both the US and its Spanish colonial past. With a casual island vibe and stunning scenery, it makes a delectable travel destination with paradise-like beaches and pretty built up areas. After falling in love with the place, here are 15 of my favourite beautiful places to visit in Puerto Rico… How to get to Puerto Rico There are many ways to get to Puerto Rico with many with two international airports in Puerto Rico that offer flights to and from major cities in the United States, international destinations and other Caribbean islands. You also might want to cruise to Puerto Rico as there are a variety of different cruise lines make stops in San Juan. The Old Town of San Juan Viejo San Juan aka Old San Juan lies at the very tip of the eponymous peninsula. The strip of land spreading between the deep waters of San Juan Bay and the open … [Read more...] about 15 of the most beautiful places to visit in Puerto Rico
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Marcela García February 21, 2019 La película de Alfonso Cuarón, “Roma”, nominada a 10 premios Oscar este domingo, ha incomodado a muchos en los Estados Unidos y también en México. Justo en estos tiempos cuando el presidente norteamericano tilda a los mexicanos de violadores y asesinos, y es capaz de destruir su propia democracia con tal de construir un muro para separar a la gente de calidad de esos bárbaros que invaden del sur, Cuarón cuestiona cada estereotipo mexicano. Me intriga el pensar que el director originalmente tuvo la idea de hacer este filme hace 10 años; el momento de su estreno no pudo haber sido más contundente. Sí, los mexicanos pueden ser doctores y editores de libros. Sí, pueden verse y actuar como norteamericanos, tener casas modernas y carros estadounidenses, hijos rubios y empleadas … [Read more...] about ‘Roma’ expone el secreto más siniestro de México
Andrea Sachs, The Washington Post Published 1:00 pm CST, Friday, December 7, 2018 Beachside pools at El San Juan Hotel in Puerto Rico. . Beachside pools at El San Juan Hotel in Puerto Rico. . Photo: El San Juan Hotel Photo: El San Juan Hotel Image 1 of / 5 Caption Close Image 1 of 5 Beachside pools at El San Juan Hotel in Puerto Rico. . Beachside pools at El San Juan Hotel in Puerto Rico. . Photo: El San Juan Hotel 'Better than before': Puerto Rico's recovery is nearly complete 1 / 5 Back to Gallery Hurricane Maria did a job on El San Juan Hotel, the storied property in Puerto Rico where Sammy Davis Jr., Frank Sinatra and Liza Minnelli once crooned. Water seeped into the lobby and … [Read more...] about ‘Better than before’: Puerto Rico’s recovery is nearly complete
Known for its sunny package holidays, the subtropical island of Tenerife hides its unusual things to do in plain sight.Unusual Things to do in TenerifeWith two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and food, landscape and culture aplenty, Tenerife offers so much more than simply lying on the beach.And hardly anyone’s even noticed!So, make the best of both worlds. Snap up the cheap and easy flights before ditching the crowds and exploring these authentic and unique things to do in Tenerife.Wake Up in a UNESCO World Heritage Site: La LagunaThe fan stirs slowly overhead, while shadows move across the peeling wall of powder blue.It’s early. But not too early and the sighing morning sun warms up the workers on the flagstones as they finish their commute.I sip my coffee, served short, thick and strong, and watch the Canary Island date palms ruffle their leaves like clucking hens. They, too, are short and strong, unlike their Caribbean counterparts.Introducing La … [Read more...] about Unusual Things to do in Tenerife – Welcome to UNESCO Tenerife!
By David Rice | PUBLISHED: November 4, 2018 at 12:17 am | UPDATED: November 5, 2018 at 1:19 pm San Pedro #2 Alexis Avitia, #3 Sara Peterson and #15 Hana Gurrola celebrate a point over El Camino Real during the L.A. City Section Division I final in Van Nuys on November 3, 2018. (Photo by John McCoy, Contributing Photographer) San Pedro #20 Isabella Emerson spikes the ball over El Camino Real #20 Moriah Steward and #1Sofia Grzeskowiak during the L.A. City Section Division I final in Van Nuys on November 3, 2018. (Photo by John McCoy, Contributing Photographer) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsSan Pedro #3 Sara Peterson, #20 Isabella Emerson, #15 Hanna Gurrola and #9 Lauren Sutrin celebrate a point over El Camino Real during the L.A. City Section Division I final in Van Nuys on November 3, 2018. (Photo by John McCoy, Contributing Photographer) San Pedro #20 Isabella Emerson goes up to block a shot by El Camino Real #7 Murechimso Kaluduring the L.A. City Section Division I final in … [Read more...] about San Pedro girls volleyball tops El Camino Real for first championship since 2005