Right after a quick stop at the Capitol building, we headed into Old San Juan to do a walking tour.
Photo Gallery of Old San Juan from a recent visit to Puerto Rico More Old San Juan
the beautiful colors and preserved architecture of Old San Juan along with some of the great souvenirs available shopping More Old San Juan
We had to go into Aguadilla and take in the painted houses that we’ve seen all over the internet. Seeing them up close and personal is so much nicer than just looking at them in photos
On our way out of Aguada to Old San Juan, we made a wrong turn and wound up in the beautiful pueblo of Aguadilla Related Articles
In Puerto Rico, every Pueblo has a town center. There is a Catholic Church, an open Square and usually the Mayor’s office and any government buildings. Before heading out of the West Coast, we stopped in the center of Aguada and took some photos of the church, the town square, the Mayor’s office and an […]
We had to make a trip to Crash Boat Beach in Aguadilla. I kept seeing this Yellow and Blue pier on Social Media, we wanted to see it ourselves, up close. The beach was beautiful, the water was stunning. The area was pretty beaten up by Hurricane Maria and they had no running water so […]
Aguadilla Puerto Rico Nickname: “El Nuevo Jardín del Atlántico”, “La Villa del Ojo de Agua”, “El Pueblo de los Tiburones” Gentilic: “Aguadillanos” Aguadilla (ah-gwah-DEE-yah), founded in 1775 by Luis de Córdova, is a city located in the northwestern tip of Puerto Rico bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the north and west, north of […]