Most visitors get a first glimpse of the island from the air as they approach the airport in the north of the island. Lush green mountains in one side and deep blue ocean on the other side is what you see from the airplane.
In 1521, Spanish colonists came to the island. Today, you can enjoy spectacular resorts, restaurants, malls, convention centers, museums and the Bacardi Rum Distillery. Anything else you can think of, is there as well.
On a recent trip I took this photo of a historic landmark. So old and so precious that I want to share it with you. El Morro Fortress in Old San Juan. Please Google it for more info.
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