Articles with tag: mexico cruises

I really liked the rainforests. And although I have seen many in the different countries I have visited in the past, this trip to  El Yunque left a long-lasting and pleasant impression :) El Yunque  is the only rainforest in the United States. Since 1876, it has been a...
For our first cruise, we started our journey in  Puerto Rico . The Old Town was very impressive, we even forgot that we were somewhere in the Caribbean. It was so clean and beautiful. Only cheerfully colored houses here :)   This is  Fuerte San Felipe del Morro ....
Here we are in charming  San Juan,  the capital of Puerto Rico. By the way, there was some confusion with these names. Initially, when Columbus landed on the island in November 1493, during his second voyage to the shores of America, the Spaniards named the island San Juan...
I’m going to talk about our week-long cruise around the Mexican Riviera, and share some tips to make the most of your days on the ship! The most important aspect is choosing the right cruise company. Personally, the Holland America Line was the most worthy of the available companies! (To the...
Once, I decided to go on a cruise with Holland America Line and visited three Mexican ports -  Mazatlan ,  Puerto Vallarta , and  Cabo San Lucas . These are resort cities, there were no special attractions in the vicinity, or places to go visit on tour. In...
Let me tell you a little bit about  Los Angeles . First, we went to the  UNIVERSAL STUDIOS HOLLYWOOD park . You can get there by subway, and then by a free shuttle. Going from the bus to the park entrance, you will go along the street of souvenir shops and various cafes and cinemas...
The first port is  Mazatlan  that is, in fact, a small Mexican village with a promenade, colored houses and retro cars. Locals are trying to please the tourists and entertain them as much they can. This guy, for example, was diving into the waves, ascended directly on the stones, being...
It's great to have friends in every corner of our planet. My friend offered to meet us in the tiny Mexican port of  Cabo San Lucas  and spend the day together! How could we refuse?! My friend met us at a pier, where we were transported by a tender, and our ship was in the roads...
Los Angeles is the second largest city in the U.S. and the largest city on the West Coast. The population of the urban settlement, known as Greater Los Angeles, is 17 million people. This number is particularly felt when your plane comes in for landing at LAX in the evening. Everywhere you look...
Long Beach  is not only a popular resort city in Greater  Los Angeles, it is also  the "Queen Mary" is eternally docked. It is the legendary British transatlantic ship of the 30's and 60's, one of the most famous vessels in maritime history and only one of the famous cohorts...

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