You will find a maritime museum and a whale watching and dolphin-spotting platform at this El Faro Lighthouse and Park in ... More
You will find a maritime museum and a whale watching and dolphin-spotting platform at this El Faro Lighthouse and Park in Rincon . The lighthouse dates back to 1892 and razed almost 100 feet. It has survived countless hurricanes, an earthquake and a tidal wave. It was raised and then rebuilt in 1922. The lighthouse has 26,000-candlepower light, which has been automated since 1933 and still guides ships through the Pasaje de la Mona. The museum is open in the winter only from 10a to 2p as it is totally dependent upon the labor of one man.
High above the lights of Puerto Vallarta, this landmark bar in a 110 foot tall tower attracts couples and sunset
lovers. Live jazz and easy listening music serenades the clientele, which tends to be thirty ish and older. Many ...
The first restaurant to open in Tlaquepaque shopping and gallery village combines Mexican, Southwestern and Native American influences. Voted Sedona's
best Mexican restaurant for 16 years running it is a favorite to enjoy a house special Margarita Magnifica. Spanish ...
One of the oldest protected areas in the Western Hemisphere, this pristine expanse looks much as it did when Christopher
Columbus visited Puerto Rico 500 years ago. Start at the Portal Tropical Forest Center, and then follow a hiking ...