Old San Juan has so many good restaurants that one would need several visits to try them all. For several blocks beyond Chateau Cervantes, Calle Recinto Sur is lined with restaurants, each with different cuisine ? Italian, Mexican, Turkish, Puerto Rican, Seafood, Steakhouse ? and some with sidewalk cafes. Two blocs away on Calle Forteleza is another group, including some of the city?s best. In Old San Juan, Calle Fortaleza and Calle Cristo are the main shopping streets.
Passengers Aboard the Iberostar Grand Amazon can have an Amazon adventure while enjoying the comforts of a deluxe riverboat. It's the ideal combination for baby boomers who want their travel to present a unique experience but don't want to give up the good life.
After Almost A Decade of Inadequate air Service from the U.S., Martinique Turned the Corner this year. American Airlines/American Eagle have stepped up to daily service to Fort de France from New York and other gateways via San Juan and Delta has begun weekly nonstop service from Atlanta. At the same time in Martinique, a group of hotels has come on stream, enabling travel agents to match almost any client to their hotel preference.