Closeup or cauliflower pinchos or kebabs

What are Pinchos: Kabobs with Puerto Rican Flare


Pinchos are snacks that originated in Northern Spain. Widely consumed as appetizers or tapas, pinchos are traditionally served by bars, restaurants, and street vendors. The traditional Spanish pincho comes in various flavors and offerings and involves many different ingredients, usually served on a small piece of bread, held together with toothpicks or even skewers. The …

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Tourists in old San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Puerto Rico COVID-19 Reopening Status and Travel Tips


As vaccination brings COVID-19 under control, Puerto Rico is again welcoming American and International tourists and we are pleased to welcome you to our beachfront dining, bar and hotel accommodations in San Juan’s Ocean Park. Puerto Rico’s health authority still maintains some coronavirus-related precautions, though the island is approaches full reopening as of June 2021. …

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Long view of a street in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico

Shopping in Old San Juan


Boutique Shopping Calling all shoppers! San Juan shopping offers a wide-range of choices close to your beach hotel. Whether you prefer the open-air marketplaces and charming storefronts of Old San Juan or would rather explore the largest shopping mall in the Caribbean, San Juan shopping satisfies all. Every visitor to Puerto Rico should experience Old San …

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camuy caves

Camuy Caves (Cuevas de Camuy)


Camuy Caves in Puerto Rico *Currently closed for Hurricane Maria restoration efforts. Call (787) 898-3136 before visiting. Photographer or not, bring your camera and plenty of film to Rio Camuy Cave Park. Well worth the hour and twenty minute drive from San Juan. You’ll experience the third largest cave system and underground river in the world. Three crater-like …

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