Expert Travel Advice to San Juan
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Try the Caribe Hilton, which has a good range of activities of different ages: http://vacation.away.com/hotels/travel-ld-cid2495-san-juan-hotelid809883-caribe-hilton-hotel.html
Nathan answered:I'd suggest looking into Hosteria del Mar. It's just outside of main San Juan, so you're removed from the big-city vibe. It's right on the water, with water-facing bungalows, the food at the attached restaurant is great, and the prices are pretty reasonable. Outside of San Juan, i'd suggest somewhere in Rincon, which is a big surfing area. But I've not vacationed there, myself. But I did have lunch at Hosteria del Mar and wished I'd stayed there. Also, San Juan-based WoW Surfing School is a good resource for surfing lessons...
Answer this1 AnswerGas is not much cheaper than in U.S., though it can appear that way as prices are quoted in liters, not gallons. Current rates look to be around $.90 for a liter, which works out to around $3.50/gallon.