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El Morro, a sixteenth- century fort, is San Juan’s most famous landmark


PUERTO RICO


Saborea Puerto Rico When: 3 to 6 April Where: Escambron Beach, San Juan What: Thirty restaurants a day. Sixty culinary personalities. Cooking demonstrations. Wine and beer tastings. A one-day pass gives you access to all this and more, while a weekend pass gets you into three major events. For more info: visit www. saboreapuertorico.com


Destination Hyatt Regency Trinidad.


With a prime location in the heart of downtown Port of Spain, Hyatt Regency Trinidad is the premiere hotel for any type of getaway. Spacious suites off er spectacular gulf views, fl at-screen televisions and our signature Hyatt Grand Bed, while our 9,000 square-foot locally inspired spa and rooftop infi nity pool overlooking the gulf provide a luxurious retreat. World-class cuisine and deluxe facilities designed to accommodate weddings, events and parties of all sizes ensure guests will get the most out of their stay. For reservations, call 868 623 2222 or visit trinidad.hyatt.com.


HYATT REGENCY TRINIDAD 1 Wrghtson Road, Port of Spain 868 623 2222


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