Pisa is about an hours drive from Florence. The tower has lots of interesting history including... during World War II, the Allies discovered that the Germans were using the tower as an observation post.
There are some really great day trips you can take from San Juan. I couple I've heard great things about are the El Yunque rainforest and famous Luquillo Beach. Also the Río Camuy Cave Park and the Arecibo. Or you can just kick back on the beach and relax to sound of some steel drums.
This surfers paradise is framed on one end by the Rincón Lighthouse, and on the other by huge dome shaped nuclear reactor from the 1960s. Don't worry all the nuclear material has long been removed and whats left is an awesome surf spot!
Seven million people visit this site each year, 300,000 of which take a guided tour. There also probably at least a few lost tourists who don't take the tour and think this is worst zoo they've ever been to.
There are actually mutiple performing venues here. It's also one of the busiest venues in the world with over 1000 performances a year that are attended by over a 1 million people! I can't wait to be one of them!
One of my favorite sites in Portugal. We rented electric bikes and rode them all around the hills. The were supposed to help us get up the hills, but for those of that were heavier it ended up being a serious workout.
This monument sits right in the harbor. It was built in 1939 by Portuguese architect José Ângelo Cottinelli Telmo, and sculptor Leopoldo de Almeida, as a temporary monument during the Portuguese World Fair in 1940. It still stands today as is a very popular tourist site.
This monument is right along the Tagus river. This is the spot where ships used to depart to explore and trade with India and Orient. This monument is celebrating the Portuguese Age of Exploration during the 15th and 16th centuries.
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