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JetBlue Airways (NASDAQ:JBLU) on Monday announced plans to launch its San Juan Luis Munoz Marin International Airport's service to St Thomas and St Croix.
Thus it was no coincidence that in 1749, many blacks in Barlovento planned a huge but unsuccessful rebellion to coincide with the celebration of San Juan Bautista.
It was during a procession of the effigy of San Juan through barrio Carmen that Ochoa's 17-year-old-son Williams Alexander was killed while confronting gang members who were trying to disperse the procession.
One $5 million project in San Juan del Sur, known as Villas de Palermo, took advantage of the country's generous incentives on tourism investments.
But San Juan's popularity as a port was established long before the first cruise ship ever called there--and even long before the first tourist set foot in the city.
Para el otono de 1997, me encontraba en tierras ibericas investigando en varios archivos espanoles como parte de mis labores como historiadora del Servicio de Parques Nacionales de Estados Unidos, Unidad del Sitio Historico Nacional de San Juan. Esta Unidad incluye el conjunto monumental de las fortificaciones de la ciudad de San Juan de Puerto Rico: el Castillo San Felipe del Morro, el Castillo de San Cristobal y sus obras exteriores, el Fortin del Canuelo y gran parte del sistema de murallas que rodea la ciudad.
US Airways currently operates twice-daily service to San Juan from Charlotte, NC, with three frequencies on Saturday and Sunday.
San Juan deliberately eschews the study of visual artists, engravers, patrons, and the Baroque monumentality they produced.
Instead of open forests with around 120 trees an acre, the San Juan Forest had up to 390 trees per acre.
We learn much about San Juan's gradual urbanization process during a period of commercial and financial trouble, when sugar prices were declining and social tensions mounting.
On the day Colon presented his testimony, a federal judge in San Juan sentenced Garib to the maximum 10 years in prison for his involvement in an embezzlement scandal at the AIDS clinic that rocked Puerto Rico and sent shock waves all the way to Washington.
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