#1 3-23-2017 4:37 PM

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Puerto Rico indoor entertainment

Taking my kids to Puerto Rico for a week tomorrow and the weather looks like it might 'force' us indoors for a day, maybe 2. Anyone have any suggestions on where to go/what to do? Casa Bacardi is the only indoor thing we've planned for, and I don't anticipate that to last much more than a few hours.

Ages are 23,21 and 19.

Thanks,

Mark

 

#2 3-23-2017 7:16 PM

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Re: Puerto Rico indoor entertainment

You could go to the mall of the americas or to one of the casinos.  There are also some museums scattered throughout old san juan, but you have to go outside to get to them.  If you have a car, there are some caves about an hour west of san juan.  The famous one is rio camuy; but there is also Cueva Ventana which is a little closer, but involves a bunch of hiking.  The island does not have homogenous weather, so you might be able to avoid the rain.  Note though that the drainage on the roads suck, so you might get delayed....  good luck, and about 95% of the cool stuff in puerto rico involves the outdoors.

 

#3 3-23-2017 7:51 PM

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Re: Puerto Rico indoor entertainment

Thanks, and that is perfect. We're staying about an hour West of SJ in Arecibo.

 

#4 3-24-2017 7:01 AM

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Re: Puerto Rico indoor entertainment

When it started to rain, we went to Castillo San Cristóbal, also known as Fort San Cristóbal.  This is the fort built to protect the land side (San Felipe is for the sea side)  You can also take a ferry to Casa Bacardi which will extend the time a little.

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