Andrew Taylor, Associated Press Updated 12:24 pm PDT, Thursday, April 11, 2019 FILE - In this Sept. 8, 2018, file photo, Ramon Alicea Burgos walks past his palm tree, with its top broken off one year ago by Hurricane Maria one outside his partially rebuilt home in the mountain town of Barranquitas, Puerto Rico. A fight between President Donald Trump and Democrats over hurricane relief for Puerto Rico is imperiling a widely backed disaster aid bill that is a top priority for some of Trump’s southern GOP allies. less FILE - In this Sept. 8, 2018, file photo, Ramon Alicea Burgos walks past his palm tree, with its top broken off one year ago by Hurricane Maria one outside his partially rebuilt home in the mountain town of ... more Photo: Ramon Espinosa, AP Photo: Ramon Espinosa, AP Image 1 … [Read more...] about Infighting stalls disaster aid for Puerto Rico, Southeast
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | Visiting Puerto Rico, and Finding the Up Beat Supported by The 52 Places Traveler On the first stop of his yearlong journey, the 52 Places Traveler makes it his mission to get off the beaten path and into the island. BySebastian Modak Feb. 15, 2019 If this is a Monday night, it’s hard to imagine what Friday looks like. About 300 people are spilling out of a club onto Avenida Eduardo Conde in the Santurce district of San Juan. The space I’m in has limited seating, but the stools are empty anyway because everyone is standing. One window sells fluffy, fist-sized empanadillas and stacks of lightly salted tostones while another one hands over cans of Medalla beer at a furious pace. Everyone is here for bomba and plena, two distinct but closely linked Puerto Rican musical traditions that can trace their … [Read more...] about Visiting Puerto Rico, and Finding the Up Beat
HOME » Luxury Travel Destinations » EUROPE » GREECE » 7 Islands For A Sailing Adventure In Greece Greece has been known as a great boating destination for many decades. Located in Southeastern Europe, Greece offers to those who love adventures on the sea some wonderful destinations to visit. From their archeological significance to their breath-taking beauty, the Greek islands have something for every traveler. Here are just seven of them for you to make a port of call. Sailing is one of the most interesting things to do in Greece. There are a ton of beautiful places you can see on a boat and a yacht charter in Greece is the perfect way for you to explore them. To use a Greek phrase, this list is not the Alpha and the Omega of sailing locations in Greece. Instead, it is a starting point to know what you can expect. #1 Santorini Surrounded by the deep blue of the Mediterranean Sea, Santorini is a famous honeymoon destination. The island features small … [Read more...] about 7 Islands For A Sailing Adventure In Greece
52 Places To Go 2019 (Tag bylines with individual items.), New York Times Published 8:47 pm CST, Tuesday, January 8, 2019 Here are some of the places The New York Times thinks you should travel this year. Read the article for the full list. Here are some of the places The New York Times thinks you should travel this year. Read the article for the full list. Photo: Louise Denton Photography/Getty Images Photo: Louise Denton Photography/Getty Images Image 1 of / 39 Caption Close Image 1 of 39 Here are some of the places The New York Times thinks you should travel this year. Read the article for the full list. Here are some of the places The New York Times thinks you should travel this year. Read the article for the full list. … [Read more...] about The New York Times picks 52 places to go in 2019
By Jessica Kwong | [email protected] | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: December 21, 2018 at 3:45 pm | UPDATED: December 21, 2018 at 4:31 pm A year and a few months after hurricanes Irma and Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, I wondered if the time was right to visit. I knew my tourist dollars would go toward a good cause and help with recovery, but questions about safety, electricity and accessibility made me hesitant to book what is one of the easiest Caribbean islands to travel to. With a little bit of research, I gathered that most of the capital, San Juan, and other oft-frequented parts of the U.S. territory have been set to welcome tourists for a while. I packed my American dollars and left my passport at home. Old San Juan, the historic colonial barrio of the capital, on first stroll looked untouched by Maria. The cobblestone streets were spotless, the Spanish colonial buildings bright and colorful, and visitors flocked to the hundreds of pink, purple, yellow, green and blue umbrellas on … [Read more...] about Travel: Is it too soon for tourists to return to Puerto Rico?