Thursday, November 8, 2012

Puerto Rico My Isla Bonita

I only have approximately one more month in my beautiful island and with my family before I begin my journey as a married woman and join the so called military life, which don't get me wrong I'm very proud of all the soldiers specially my husband, my sexy man.  But it's kind of scary as well, anyway, coming back to the topic for all of you that has never visited the small little island of Puerto Rico I want to show you how beautiful, peaceful and exciting it can be to come visit us. 

Castillo San Felipe del Morro (El Morro)

El Morro (“The Promontory”) is perhaps the most famous historic structure in Puerto Rico. Begun in 1539, the mighty fortress was built on a narrow point overlooking the San Juan Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. It would prove a formidable stronghold, successfully repelling every naval attack on the city. In fact, El Morro fell only once, in 1598, to a land assault by British soldiers under the command of the Earl of Cumberland. Today, El Morro and its sister fort, Castillo San Cristóbal, are National Historic Sites and the oldest European constructions in the U.S. National Park Service. You can visit the venerable fort, walk among its ramparts, explore its dungeons, and imagine, for an instance, the rigors of colonial life in the 16th century.
Castillo Serrallés

Castillo Serrallés, in Ponce, was the one-time home of the Don Q rum family. A magnificent example of the opulence and lavish lifestyle of turn-of-the-century aristocracy in the south of Puerto Rico, Castillo Serrallés is today a lovingly restored museum and showcase.
La Cueva del Indio

Yeah this is me on the top where I had the most amazing experience and the most beautiful view!

La Cueva del Indio is said to contain the largest number of petroglyphs found along the coastal zone.
El Yunque

It's pretty cold yet good place to visit.

So there you go and this is just a few things I've included because there are so many other amazing places to visit in Puerto Rico.  So if you ever have a chance take a trip and you'll be amazed. 

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