Enjoy exotic and local flavors at one of our chic Condado restaurants or sip a yummy island cocktail at our plush bar and lounge scene. La Concha offers stylish amenities right in the heart of the entertainment capital of the Caribbean – the Condado district.Come see why San Juan’s La Concha Resort is the place to be. Terms and Conditions: Offer valid through May 31st, 2017, for travels between May 1st, 2017 through August 31st, 2017.The 15% off on regular accommodations is already applied to the rate at the time of booking.Breakfast is served at…View Special Terms and Conditions: Offer valid from March 1, 2017 through December 29, 2017.To contact Adam, email [email protected] here to join the Art Tarots emailing list. Click here to see the unpublished tarot designs page.After a considerable delay, due to my moving house and also turning my energies to developing my alchemy website and my new Surrealism website, I have returned to selling some of my tarots.To take a tour around the historic quarter of the Town of Ingenio, visitors should start in Plaza de La Candelaria.There, you will find the Town Hall and the Church of La Candelaria.
The altarpiece of the main altar is Gothic and the church bells, forged and donated to the church by the Gran Canaria migrants in Cuba in 1820, is also worth your attention. Go to Archive 1 - entries from 21st November 2006 to 30th April 2007.Go to Archive 2 - entries from 1st May 2007 to 1st November 2007.Go to Archive 3 - entries from 2nd November 2007 to 30th November 2008.Go to Archive 4 - entries from 12th December 2008 to 29th June 2010.Live theand grab the moment with cool, San Juan beachside days and warm ocean breezes and hot nightlife.Hang out by lively pools or lounge under the wind-sculpted palm trees hugging the ocean.In the city centre, you can also visit the Casa del Reloj (Clock House), belonging to the Royal Water Rights Association of Aguatona.Here, farmers adjust their clocks to bring them in line with the Association clock, in order to buy the water they need for irrigating their lands.The Guayadeque Museum has an exhibition showing what the Guayadeque Ravine looked like in pre-Hispanic times and the Museum of Stones and Canary Island Crafts (Museo de Piedras y Artesana Canaria), which houses a large collection of minerals and samples of the works of local craftsmen.Another interesting excursion is the Ruta de los Molinos de Agua (Water Mills Route), which runs through the historic quarter, offering visitors an insight into how these mills worked centuries ago.