Articles with tag: mexico cruises

We still have time till the sunset (it’s gets dark at 18 pm), but we haven’t got any energy for walking. That’s why we decided to drive around the city in the tourist train. Moreover, it’s for free. We went to the stop near Fort San Cristobal . It’s good when it’s warm. Everything blooms...
Here's some info from Wikipedia: ‘The Capitol of the territory of Puerto Rico is the place for gathering of two-chamber legislative Assembly of Puerto Rico – the island territory, being under the rule of the USA’. Here's the Capitol and statues of several American presidents opposite it....
Since the morning, we've already had a small walk around the city and visited two remarkable forts:  Fort San Felipe del Morro  and Fort San Cristobal . It's time to eat. And we went in the restaurant. If there is no any opportunity to plant trees, you can make the street...
Fort San Cristobal has a main part and distant defenses.  While being on the viewpoint of the main part of the fortress, we saw those buildings and went to them. First along the underground tunnels, then along the lawns.  Here's a view from the main part of the fortress. We are...
Fort San Cristobál  was built in that place, where the eastern gate to the Old Town used to be. This Fort defended from the attacks not only from the sea but also from the land. The Fort was being built in 1634-1790, but it also was completed later.  The fortress was the...
So we are going down. Here is the museum. This is the entrance to San Juan Bay . But we'll visit the museum later, before leaving the fort, and now we are going down. And we are going to this viewpoint. We are going down to the next level. Different rooms used to be here....
Fort San Felipe del Morro  was built by the Spaniards and named after the Spanish king Philip II. A mighty fortress (6 levels, dungeons, barracks, warehouses) protected the Old Town and the entrance to San Juan Bay.  This Fort was built and completed within 1539-1765. But...
This is the continuation of a small photo report about visiting San Juan , the capital of Puerto Rico.... After a short walking, the track led me to a small field in front of the Fort: I'm really not quite understood if it is so on every week-end day or only on special holidays, but on the...
On the third day of the voyage, the ship visited Puerto Rico, the island's capital San Juan . This state is associated with the US, it is almost another one state. The connection with the mainland "boss" is in a common currency (us dollar), shared citizenship, and common armed forces. And of...
Mexico. The Mexican island  Cozumel  is located close to the southeast coast of the Yucatan Peninsula.  Cozumel  was previously almost uninhabited but in recent years the island has become a haven for many Caribbean cruise liners, leading to the island to quickly...

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