Posts Tagged ‘puerto rico’

Where to Eat, Party, and Stay: San Juan, Puerto Rico

Land of rum, cigars, vintage cars and miles of mild-wave beach, Puerto Rico sits at America’s back door as a year-round tropical vacation destination. Because temps rarely dips below 75-degrees, you’re guaranteed heat and sun no matter when you go. High season generally runs from November to March,...
August 23rd, 2012 | City Travel, Food & Wine, Hotels & Resorts | Read More

Puerto Rico: What To Do in Rincon

As mentioned in our earlier Puerto Rico series (when we were on a mission to book an extended weekend away using only AMEX points), the three of us were most excited to scuba dive off the island of Vieques.  That was, until Hurricane Irene churned up the ocean and blew our plans right out of the water....
October 25th, 2011 | Puerto Rico | Read More

Exotic Highlights of Puerto Rico

Exotic Highlights of Puerto Rico
By Edd Morris For an island that’s just 180 miles long and 40 miles wide, you’ll be surprised at the diversity of things to do in Puerto Rico. This little Caribbean paradise is just 1,000 miles southeast of Miami, and, with an average beach-side temperature of 80°F (26°C), it’s not hard to...
June 15th, 2011 | Caribbean | Read More

San Juan, PR: Don’t let the sand flies bite

San Juan, PR: Don’t let the sand flies bite
When LG contributor Molly Fergus went on vacation to San Juan, Puerto Rico this past month, she figured that she might pick up a souvenir or two-but not zillions of them in the form of tiny, itchy bites. You can avoid her scratchy fate by reading on… ********* With some vacation around Easter,...
May 8th, 2009 | Caribbean, Dispatches from the Road, Health & Safety | Read More