Looking forward to adding a little history into our trip! Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Looking forward to adding a little history into our trip! Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Old San Juan - Cross one of the three bridges that connect it to the mainland, and it’s as if you have stepped into a 16th- and 17th-century Spanish colony. European-style cobblestone streets Wander its quaint paths, stop into one of its boisterous bars, or visit any one of the restaurants collectively considered the vanguard of the Nuevo Latino food movement.

Old San Juan - Cross one of the three bridges that connect it to the mainland, and it’s as if you have stepped into a 16th- and 17th-century Spanish colony. European-style cobblestone streets Wander its quaint paths, stop into one of its boisterous bars, or visit any one of the restaurants collectively considered the vanguard of the Nuevo Latino food movement.

Five exotic places you can go without a U.S. passport  Puerto Rico United States Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. John—plus a scattering of smaller isles Northern Mariana Islands Guam American Samoa,  a collection of five volcanic islands and two atolls between Fiji and the Cook Islands

Five exotic places you can go without a U.S. passport Puerto Rico United States Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. John—plus a scattering of smaller isles Northern Mariana Islands Guam American Samoa, a collection of five volcanic islands and two atolls between Fiji and the Cook Islands

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