Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Hostels in Puerto Rico!

So what's it like to stay at a hostel in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico? Here are some pictures to help you visualize the surroundings.

A view of the hostel from Plaza Colon
Every floor has a balcony, this is the view of Calle 'San Francisco' from the right side.
The view on your left where 'Castillo de Colon' sits. If you smoke, you'll spend a lot of time here hehe Smoking is prohibited inside the building but balcony is fine. 

In most rooms, depending on what you choose, you'll be sharing bunked beds. Every room has a nice fan to fight the humid heat and Puerto Rico's number one beer, Medalla!
Expect to find tons of catholic saints throughout the building. Don't worry, no need to take your hat off or anything.
Every floor has a small kitchen with stove, microwave and fridge. The 6ht and 4th floor also have bending machines. If come shitfaced at 5 am after having a blast in San Sebastian, the Ramen Noodles are only $.60.

Night Vision! 

As you probably expect, being one of the oldest cities in Latin America, it's made up of Spanish colonial architecture. If you're interested in learning more about Old San Juan, check out http://www.topuertorico.org/city/sanjuan.shtml.

Now that you're familiar with the setting, we'll get into some of the stories that took place here. Please subscribe to win prizes and don't forget to leave a comment if you have any questions or comments!

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