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I was going to post a map of the locations (in North America) all the major demigods are from (that are known) but I can't so instead I'm going to list them out
--PJO Half Blood gang-- Percy- Manhattan, New York (duh) Annabeth- Richmond, Virginia and later San Francisco Luke- Westport, Connecticut Thalia- Pasadena, California Clarisse- Phoenix, Arizona Will Solace- Austin, Texas Nico (& Bianca)- born in Venice, very temporary moved to a hotel in Washington D.C., and then stuck in Las Vegas for for 70 years in the Lotus Hotel and Casino --Camp Jupiter crew-- Jason- born in Pasadena before getting yeeted out of the house and then raised by Lupa in the Wolfs House, which is in Glen Ellen, north of San Francisco by 1 hour and 46 minutes according to maps Piper- Malibu, and also visited Tahlequah where her dad was from with decent frequency Leo (best boy)- Houston, Texas Hazel- New Orleans before getting owned and also owning the island in Seward, Alaska where she was forced to raise Alcyoneus Frank(other best boy)- Vancouver, British Columbia Reyna- San Juan, Puerto Rico before landing in C.C.s Spa and Resort, then obviously becoming the judge jury and executioner of Camp Jupiter (It's not explicitly stated that he's from San Fran but worst boy Octavian is said to he from a long line of Camp Jupiter attendees) Never realized before looking into this basically all of them are from the Northeast, the region surrounding Texas, or the West Coast minus Clarisse who's chillin' in mega hot world
“Never be late for someone else’s plane,” Trump says, his facial expression showing a mixture of annoyance and bemusement. The offending party is stuck in Friday rush-house traffic. “C’mon, Jeffrey, where are you?” Trump says. He’s talking about Jeffrey Epstein, another wealthy and well-known man who is traveling with Ghislaine Maxwell, the daughter of the late media baron Robert Maxwell. The couple finally arrives, Epstein wearing an orange sweatshirt and jeans and Maxwell sporting sunglasses and fashionably tight pants. Trump brightens and gently chides them, forgiving their tardiness. According to Corcoran, Epstein and Maxwell arrived with another passenger not mentioned in the piece. “They did board with a young woman of indeterminate age. I wouldn’t be able to tell if she was 15 or 20. She was quite dressed up and quite made up, so it was hard to tell,” Corcoran said over the weekend. “At the time I didn’t even know who Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell were, so when they got on I thought, Maybe they’re married and that’s their niece.”
Epstein, who was accused with sex-trafficking underage girls, flew from New York to Palm Beach, Florida in 2000 on Trump's plane, according to an unearthed article from a now defunct golf magazine. Along for the ride was his then-girlfriend and close associate Ghislaine Maxwell, who has herself been accused of grooming underage girls for sex with Epstein. Now in a bombshell claim, the journalist who wrote the original article has revealed there was also an 'underage-looking' girl with Epstein and Maxwell aboard the jet. Veteran reporter Michael Corcoran said he traveled with Trump in March 2000 to write an in-depth profile about the then-business mogul, who was also an avid golfer, for Maximum Golf magazine. The now 54-year-old says he vividly remembers Epstein, Maxwell and a young girl turning up to board the Boeing 727 at New York's LaGuardia airport because Trump was mad that they were running late and screamed at them when they arrived.
Newly unsealed flight logs show that President Donald Trump flew on Jeffrey Epstein's private jet in 1997, along with the billionaire couple Glenn and Eva Dubin. A handwritten entry in the flight logs shows a trip that Trump and the Dubins took from the Palm Beach International Airport to the Newark Liberty International Airport The other named passengers, besides Trump and the Dubins, are Jeffrey Epstein ("JE"), Ghislaine Maxwell ("GM"), Mark Epstein, and someone identified as "Didler" or "Didier." The date of flight is listed as January 5, 1997. The log lists the model of the plane as a Gulfstream II, under the tail number N908JE
For the better part of two decades starting in the late 1980s, Jeffrey Epstein and Donald Trump swam in the same social pool. They were neighbors in Florida. They jetted from LaGuardia to Palm Beach together. They partied at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club and dined at Epstein’s Manhattan mansion. Trump flew at least once, in the late 1990s or 2000, on Epstein’s private plane from Florida to New York, according to Epstein’s brother, Mark, who described the flight in a 2009 deposition. In an interview last week with The Post, Mark Epstein said Trump flew on the plane “numerous times” but said he was only present for one flight. “They were good friends,” Mark Epstein said. “I know [Trump] is trying to distance himself, but they were.” He added that Trump used to comp Epstein’s mother and aunt at one of Trump’s Atlantic City casino hotels. When a Post reporter sought further details, Mark Epstein hung up.
Donald Trump and Jeffrey Epstein partied together. Then an oceanfront Palm Beach mansion came between them. Donald Trump and Jeffrey Epstein partied together. Then an oceanfront Palm Beach mansion came between them So why would Trump have to travel on Epstein's plane, to Epstein's island. When all along Trump was flying to the Caribbean on a regular basis, landing in Puerto Rico and St Martin just 50 miles from Epstein's island. When all along Trump and Epstein had properties near each other in Manhattan and Palm Beach. When all along they actually WERE flying together. How many more connections do we need?
I have 176K Marriott points to use for 5 nights in PR for 2/12-17. The options within my budget are below. Any help decide which might be the best option would be much appreciated!
Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino (160K): No beach access, although close to Old San Juan
Aloft San Juan (120K): Brand new property opening in Dec '19. Fairly close to the Sheraton so again no beach access but close to OSJ. Looks small. Don't expect lots of reviews but if anyone has anything to share it would be much appreciated.
AC Hotel San Juan Condado (120K): Close to the beach although doesn't look like there's beach access. Room size looks good and rooms look modern.
Courtyard Isla Verde: A little farther away from OSJ but looks like it has nice beach access. Only available the first 2 nights so I'll have to move somewhere else for the rest of the vacation. Any chance the 2 weekend nights might open up?
First off, this sub is amazing so I've tried to do my research. My girlfriend and I am heading to a wedding April 6th in Ponce and want to make a trip out of it. We are adventurous, love to hike, eat, and even dance. This is what we have planned:
Friday: Land, pick up the rental car, and head to Ponce (with a quick stop at Curva del Arbol Renace). Get settled in the hotel, grab a bite to eat, and then take the groom out drinking
Saturday: Push through the hang-over and wake up early. Drive to Cerro El Rodadero for a quick hike and pictures. Be back in Ponce by 1pm to get ready for the wedding at 5pm. Excessive drinking and dancing at the reception.
Sunday Morning: Push through yet another hang-over and say goodbye to Ponce. Get an early start to the day and head over to Cueva Ventana. Is a tour mandatory or can we go about it on our own? If the tour is not mandatory, can we just rent gear from them?
Sunday Afternoon/Night: After getting dirty in the cave, we plan to stay in Arecibo for the night. Recommendations on places to stay/eat/dance? Any must-sees/dos there?
Monday Morning: This one we are split on. I want to check out San Cristobal Canyon (pricey all-day tour) and they want to check out El Yunque (the only rain forest in the national forest system). I’m on board with Yunque unless someone gives a riveting tale of Cristobal. Also, I hear Yunque is still mostly closed.
Monday Afternoon/Night: Get settled in San Juan (It is so big, where should we stay? I keep hearing Condado/OSJ/MiramaCarolina) . Food recommendation? Where can we go salsa dancing? Must sees/dos?
Tuesday:BIO BAY! This is the first thing I said was a non-negotiable and also the one I am most confused about. What time do we need to get to the ferry? Is it better to take a plane for the extra cost? I hear some ferries won’t let you take a car. How do I get around the island? What do we do from early morning until late night once our tour begins? I can only assume we need to stay the night in Vieques. Where should we stay? Or are we better off trying to do Bio Bay without staying the night?
Wednesday: Get back to the big island and explore SJ/OSJ. Must see/dos? We plan to return the car by this day (if not Monday night) so plan to Uber around.
Thursday: More exploring and then flying home around 5pm.
How does our itinerary look? Should we try to squeeze in Gozalandia somewhere in there? Should we try to squeeze anything else in? Is the Barcardi tour worth it? How is this manatee thing? Is the parasailing the best in the world? What about the Botanical Garden? (the one in Rio De Janiero changed my life Because I'm an addict, how is the craps? I hear there are plenty of cliffs/waterfalls/town just off the road that are worth a 5 minute pit stop. Where are they? Thanks in advance and I hope this will help as a guide for others in the future.
I just sent a hometown murder story!!! Fingers crossed that they read it!
Subject: Puerto Rico Hometown Murder - Dupont Plaza Arson Hola chicas, chico y gatos! My name's Ivanice (pronounced Ee-vuh-knees) and I've been dying to send a murder story from my beautiful island of Puerto Rico but nothing really interesting happens since we don't really have serial killers here and the murders that usually happen are just plain ol' boring. So for a psychology class I was researching things that happened during my birth year (1996) and stumbled upon the Humberto Vidal explosion that killed 33 people and talked to my mom about it. She then mentioned to me the Dupont Plaza arson and said that it was much worse. Boy, was she right... So here it goes: On December 31, 1986, the employees' union of the Dupont Plaza Hotel in San Juan called a meeting in the ballroom of the hotel. They were in the middle of a labor dispute with the hotel management. By the time the meeting was over, 125 members voted to go on strike starting at midnight. Three of the employees, however, decided to take some more drastic measures. Héctor Escudero Aponte, José Rivera López and Arnaldo Jiménez Rivera planned on setting fires to scare tourists away from the hotel which was practically at full capacity with almost 1,000 guests checked in. So they lit up cans of chafing fuel that they took from the hotel kitchen and started lighting up brand new furniture that was in a storage room. The fire quickly got out of control and it grew massively. It was drawn throught the open doors of the casino by the smoke-eaters meant to suck the cigarette smoke out of the room. It was estimated that more than 150 guests were at the casino at the time of the incident so most of the victims were here. The fire protocol in the hotel was horrible and the management had even locked the emergency exit doors a few months before to prevent theft. Some people died burned, others due to smoke inhalation and some even died in the elevators trying to escape. People jumped from the second story casino to try and escape and many were injured. Others were able to escape by going to the roof and getting saved by improvised helicopter rescue including Police, National Guard, Coast Guard, Navy and even civilian helicopters. All in all, between 96 and 98 people died and 140 were injured, making it the most catastrophic hotel fire in Puerto Rican history and the second deadliest in US history. An investigation by OSHA reveled 25 safety violations, including the lack of emergency exit doors that resulted in the death of 84 trapped people. The three men that started the fire pleaded guilty. They were all convicted of murder and the judge sentenced Escudero Aponte and Rivera López both to 99 years in prison and Jiménez Rivera to 75 years. This next detail was extremely disappointing to me... Jiménez Rivera and Rivera López were subsequently released from federal prison in 2001 and 2002, respectively. Escudero Aponte, being the one of the three that actually started the fire, still remains in prison. But if you ask me, it's still bullsit that the other two got to walk out of prison as free men after causing the death of almost 100 people. This tragedy gave rise to several amendments in security policies in hotels around the world, so at least something positive came out of it. I really hope you guys read this because I honestly found it super interesting yet sad and wanted to share it with you. I'm a huge huge huge fan of yours and I hope with all my heart that I get to see you live one day. SSDGM, Ivanice P.S. I heard the episode where Georgia tells the story of La Mataviejitas where you guys plan on taking Spanish lessons, and because it is my first language, I'd be more than happy to give you some free lessons!
Spend some of your happiest days here on United States’ very own Latin American island in the Caribbean Sea. Puerto Rico is not only stunning all around, there are so many things to do and the food simply can not be beat. We always reminisce about our Puerto Rican food encounters because it truly is indescribable. You shouldn’t sleep on the mofongos (mashed plantain dish) here… my mouth is watering as I am typing this. Check out what we think is a time well spent in Puerto Rico below and plan your trip itinerary planner. Old San Juan https://preview.redd.it/wj8xs6hgz0421.png?width=640&format=png&auto=webp&s=2c9ead9880545bcf2772e8316ed6cff8efcf323e Old San Juan is by far the most important part of the city because it is the oldest settlement of the island being established in 1521 and is located on the Isleta de San Juan. Come and admire the colorful buildings that have been beautifully restored to keep their charm and the original cobblestone streets. Enjoy a typical Puerto Rican meal at any of the delicious restaurants or open air cafes. San Juan National Historic Site & Castillo San Felipe del Morro https://preview.redd.it/84i57q9tz0421.jpg?width=640&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=2c03dc75c94a9dbcf6268cc47d6457914dad318a For the sole fact that this Citadel and National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you should pay a visit here and learn how the Spanish built this MASSIVE fort in the 16th century and how they defended themselves against their enemies for hundreds of years to come. Castillo San Cristobal https://preview.redd.it/ubyhnr2201421.jpg?width=640&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=23ad62ab481ee801187a36c96ed920779c21bc88 This fort is located close by the San Juan Historic Site and is considered to be part of the Site’s package. The purpose of this fort was to prevent land attacks from intruders and for this reason, 27 acres that wrapped around San Juan have been preoccupied since 1783. Castillo San Cristobal is known for being the largest fort built by the Spanish in the New World so stop by to complete the defense trifecta that has helped Puerto Rico stay safe. Paseo Tablado La Guancha On the other side of the island in the city of Ponce, is where you can find the Paseo Tablado La Guancha, which is a boardwalk overlooking the Club Nautico de Ponce. This boardwalk is known for its many restaurants serving local foods and it’s beautiful night strolls that can lead right onto the beach. Come and enjoy the delicious foods and second most visited city of Ponce next time you visit Puerto Rico. Museo de Las Américas On of the most historical buildings in San Juan now houses the Museo de Las Américas. Prior to being converted into a museum in 1992 the building had many uses. Built in the 1800’s by the Spanish army, the buildings original purpose was to house soldiers and their families. But, not only did it serve as a residence, but also storage, jail cells, stables, once bombed and even turned into a hospital. Now after all that history it have fittingly been converted into a museum showcasing the developmental influences of the Americas. Puerta de San Juan Puerta De San Juan is a large gate what was used as the main entry into the city during the colonial era that dates back to the mid 1600’s. This isn’t just some gate that you’ll take a picture of and forget. It’s a 20+ foot passageway that used to be only one of five ways to enter the walled off city. But before getting there and snapping photos and selfies immediately, take time to immerse yourself in the moment. Take yourself back into to what it must’ve been like to enter or exit the gate. From the city outward you’ll be greeted with a breathtaking view of the bay and notice the significance of the large red gate. From the bay inward it’s a welcoming to a vibrant city ready to welcome you with open arms. This truly is one of the hidden gems of Puerto Rico which had an extremely deep impact for us! Casa Bacardi https://preview.redd.it/exhmldd901421.jpg?width=825&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=d55e779ba1448f0417cfb99e2a9293c5e2a2d812 Everywhere in the world is known for having a go to alcohol, whether its having a nice bordeaux in Bordeaux, France or a Sweetwater 420 in Atlanta, Georgia, Puerto Rico is the land of Bacardi! Although it wasn’t founded or headquartered in Puerto Rico, the largest rum distillery in the world is here and that calls for a visit! Take a tour, have a taste, and grab a bottle to bring home! If in San Juan you have the choice to drive around Bahia de San Juan or you can take a ferry across the bay to get there. El Yunque National Forest On the east side of the island the El Yunque National Forest is waiting to be explored by the inner adventurer in you! This tropical rainforest offers breathtaking sights with plenty of waterfalls, rivers, trails and treetop walkways to venture off into. Around 30 miles (45km) outside of San Juan makes it easily accessible for a day trip out of the city. Our recommendation, rent a car for the day, explore the National Forest and then continue to go around the surrounding towns or to the east coast of the island. Isla Verde Isla Verde is located on the Northern Coast of the island just outside of San Juan. Know for its luxurious hotels that line it’s beautiful beach front make it the perfect place to stay outside of the city. Being right next to the airport, 15 minutes from San Juan, and only 3o minutes from El Yunque National Forest makes it the perfect place to be to enjoy all that Puerto Rico has to offer! On the beach there are plenty of water sport rentals for a reasonable price and if you like to test your luck the El San Juan Hotel and Casino isn’t far. If you’re looking for a more natural beach area and want to get away from all the beachfront high rises, head down to Piñoneswhere you can be surrounded by plenty of mangroves and vegetation. And finally while in Puerto Rico there will never be a shortage of delicious, to die for food. Just keep and ear out for where the locals love to dine, that’s always a good bet! Plan your next family vacation itinerary with Vital Ventures today!!! Email us [at ](mailto:[email protected])[[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])[m](mailto:[email protected]) for and questions or concerns.
Spend some of your happiest days here on United States’ very own Latin American island in the Caribbean Sea. Puerto Rico is not only stunning all around, but there are also so many things to do and the food simply can not be beaten. Come and admire the colorful buildings that have been beautifully restored to keep their charm and the original cobblestone streets. Enjoy a typical Puerto Rican meal at any of the delicious restaurants or open-air cafes. Now after all that history it has fittingly been converted into a museum showcasing the developmental influences of the Americas. his tropical rainforest offers breathtaking sights with plenty of waterfalls, rivers, trails and treetop walkways to venture off into. Around 30 miles (45km) outside of San Juan makes it easily accessible for a day trip out of the city. On the beach there are plenty of water sports rentals for a reasonable price and if you like to test your luck the El San Juan Hotel and Casino isn’t far. If you’re looking for a more natural beach area and want to get away from all the beachfront high rises, head down to Piñoneswhere you can be surrounded by plenty of mangroves and vegetation. Plan your next family vacation itinerary with Vital Ventures today!!! Email us at [email protected]YourVitalVentures.com for and questions or concerns.
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TIL Puerto Rico ("rich port") was the capitol of the island of San Juan until a mapmaker accidentally switched the names in 1521, and the mistake was never corrected.
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San Juan is considered to have two primary tourist areas, both east of Old San Juan along the Atlantic coast: the Condado district, about a 10-minute drive east of Old San Juan, and Isla Verde, 15 minutes farther east. A ride from the airport to the Isla Verde hotel district costs $ 8; to the Condado, $ 12; to the Radisson, Caribe Hilton Hotels and to Old San Juan, $ 16. The off-the-beach Excelsior Hotel, 801 Ponce de Leon, San Juan, P.R. 00907, 721-7400 or 223-9815, fax 723-0068, in the Miramar area, is across the Condado Lagoon from the primary hotel area. With its lush gardens, crescent beach and well-appointed rooms, the Caribe Hilton International and Casino Hotel, Post Office Box 1872, San Juan, P.R. 00907, 721-0303, fax 725-8849, remains among the finest of the San Juan hotels. For the past 30 years, El Patio de Sam, 723-1149, on the Plaza San Jose in Old San Juan, has been a favorite of San Juan's literati and artists. A front-page picture caption on Feb. 12 for the What's Doing column, about San Juan, P.R., referred erroneously to a sculpture.
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