Entries from My Place in the Sun tagged with 'Old San Juan'

Puerto Rico: El Morro

Castillo San Felipe del Morro, named in honor of King Phillip II, is located on a high promontory overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. It was built to act as sentinel to the entrance of the Bay of San Juan, protecting it...

Old San Juan: Ciudad Amurallada (The Walled City)

The city of San Juan was a military stronghold and a point of departure of Spanish expeditions to unknown parts of the New World. It was also a stop over of ships going to Spain transporting treasures to the Spanish...

Puerto Rico: El Viejo San Juan (Old San Juan)

While looking at Girasoli's wonderful photographs of Hawaii I spotted a tree that looked like a flamboyán (aka Royal Poinciana), a common tree in the Puerto Rican landscape. I knew I had a picture of a flamboyán and while searching...

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