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Thanks for keeping a great log of all your adventures!! I've really enjoyed following your progress. Safe travels!
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He,he. Love that autopilot. Off to Customs and the marina for a while. Glad we decided to stay here tonight and chill a bit.
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good morning fellas, are you feeling refreshed. Awesome adventure, looking at those shrimp made me hungry.
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That view of the mountains from Ponce Harbor was my view each morning I woke up on the yacht in March. Love that place
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Last night when the taxi was taking us to the Ramada he stopped in front of this firehouse. It was pouring rain and I'm tired saying "please, just get me to my Hotel". He obviously felt it was a must see for us so now I feel bad I did not show more interest. Jay and I will check it out today with pics. Someone at the marina told us about how quaint the Ramada is. Very nicely restored and was a good choice. Not your typical Ramada Inn for sure.
Hello Bob/Jay
I can understand after a long long day on the water , wanting to just got to your Hotel and a nice shower and comfy bed.
Yes, the Ramada in Ponce is not your typical Ramada inn
I've been there before., I;ve stayed in Ponce several times over the years and always enjoyed my stay there

Hope the weather is nicer today for you
The Fire House( Parque De Bombas) is pretty neat and there are also the coffee plantation just out side the city.
There is also the Serralies(Don Q Rum) Crystal Cross and house above the City to the North. Also the Tibes (Taino Indians) Village in Ponce.
Enjoy your Stay, and be safe the remaining part of the trip .
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That view of the mountains from Ponce Harbor was my view each morning I woke up on the yacht in March. Love that place
Bill,
I know what you mean ,, The Pearl of the South as Ponce is called is a neat place to visit and stay.
I lived in Puerto Rico for almost 3 years and loved every minute of it.

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