Exploring Outdated San Juan 🇵🇷 Puerto Rico After the Storm. Journey Information to the Metropolis 🗺

Exploring Old San Juan 🇵🇷 Puerto Rico After the Storm. Travel Guide to the City 🗺

We spend the day exploring Outdated San Juan, Puerto Rico to seek out out one of the best issues to do within the outdated metropolis!

We begin out at one of many furthest factors within the metropolis, an outdated fortification known as Castillo San Felipe del Morro San Juan. We spend a short while exploring the huge grounds, individuals watching, and having fun with the view, together with overlooking an outdated cemetery.

Subsequent we head out into the town and are available throughout a fantastic courtyard that reminded us fairly a little bit of Southern Spain. The courtyard is a part of the Museo de las Américas however you don’t must pay to enter the museum with a view to see the courtyard.

It was a extremely scorching day so we determined to seize some ice cream on the well-known Señor Paleta. It’s primarily ice cream on a stick and we bought one Oreo flavour and one Nutella.

Afterwards we headed to the Paseo de la Princesa which is a promenade which actually comes alive on Sunday’s with distributors and even individuals salsa dancing. After this we headed up the road to seek out the well-known umbrellas on Fortaleza Avenue. Being Sunday it was filled with individuals.

Lastly we determined to strive a well-known Puerto Rican drink. We’ve had many Pina Coladas previously with out figuring out the place they got here from. But it surely seems the have been invented proper in Outdated San Juan at a restaurant known as Barrachina. We head to the unique restaurant to strive it for ourselves.

Outdated San Juan is a historic district positioned on the “northwest triangle” of the islet of San Juan. Its space roughly correlates to the Ballajá, Catedral, Marina, Mercado, San Cristóbal, and San Francisco subbarrios of barrio San Juan Antiguo within the municipality of San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Puerto Rico is a Caribbean island and unincorporated U.S. territory with a panorama of mountains, waterfalls and the El Yunque tropical rainforest. In San Juan, the capital and largest metropolis, the Isla Verde space is thought for its lodge strip, seaside bars and casinos. Its Outdated San Juan neighborhood options colourful Spanish colonial buildings and El Morro and La Fortaleza, huge, centuries-old fortresses.




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42 thoughts on “Exploring Outdated San Juan 🇵🇷 Puerto Rico After the Storm. Journey Information to the Metropolis 🗺

  1. Sand Man says:

    Its so weird seeing people enjoying themselves and flying kites at EL Morro. I always felt weird because of the many Men that died there during the battles many years ago.

  2. Gabryela Ortiz_Amo a lunay says:

    Te amo mi puerto rico cuando yo fui pa el morro me encanto y también fui para el paseo de la princesa extraño mi isla y la piña colada me encantaaaaaa!!!!🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷

  3. Amado Santiago says:

    Wow. Watching your videos brings back a lot of memories. I left the island 50 years ago, and have only been back on three separate occasions, but only briefly. Your videos are beautifully photographed, and it's a delight to travel with you (in a manner of speaking). Your youthful enthusiasm is refreshing–this coming from a 68-year old puertorican.

    Your pronunciation of Spanish place names is pretty good, and you can make it even better if you remember that all the vowels are pronounced (not silent). So you would, for example, say "SAN FE-LI-PE" making sure that you pronounce that final "E". In Spanish, unlike in English, vowels only have one sound. So you would pronounce them "ah", "eh", "ee", "oh", "oo" no matter where you find them. There is only one exception; the vowel "u" is silent if if it is followed by the vowels "i" or "e", like in "seguir"(to follow) or "sigue" (follow). The "U" is pronounceable if it has a diacritic mark (two dots) on top like this: "ü". Examples are: “Mayagüez” (mah-yah-gooehs) , a city on the west coast of Puerto Rico, or guiro (gooee-roh), a musical instrument made from a gourd.

    Again, I have enjoyed your videos about Puerto Rico a lot; thank you for posting them. I have subscribed, as I want to see your other travel videos.

    Enjoy your travels; we will enjoy your videos.

  4. Chasing Jaunts says:

    It was so hot when we went at the end of August! Those ice pops from senor paleta were so tasty! It was pretty quiet around Old San Juan, definitely not the busy season when we went and also Dorian was approaching :/ we left just before it went over the island as a tropical storm. The umbrellas were also taken down, we also got there just after the protests. Our favorite part of our trip was definitely getting to Culebra and Flamenco beach for a day. We'll be posting that in a few weeks, have so much to edit!

  5. Laura Elle says:

    I also visited PR in March and it was fun seeing it from your point of view. I stayed a week in Old San Juan and fell in love with the location and its people. I didn't make it to the rainforest in that time, though, so just another reason to go back 😉

  6. Jerry Toonz says:

    Hey guys thanks for visiting Puerto Rico. I live here and it gives us great joy to see people from all over the world world enjoying the island. I hope you got to see “El Yunque National rainforest “ and also visited the beaches. Happy travels!

  7. Captain Ed says:

    Spanish bartender Don Ramon Portas Mingot in 1963 created what became the world's famous drink: thePiña Colada." In 1978 Puerto Rico proclaimed the cocktail its official drink.

  8. Glorimar Melendez says:

    The building at 3:04 in which the courtyard and Museo de las Americas are located is called "Cuartel de Ballajá". During Spanish/colonial times, it used to hold military barracks, and early in the 20th century it was used as a hospital.

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