One of the great pleasures of travel is the opportunity to sample local food and drink. While you may find language barriers along the way, an appreciation for good food is a universal language and can be a fantastic way to immerse yourself in local cultures.
Tag: San Juan
As highlighted in the above video, Holland America Line’s seven-day eastern Caribbean cruises feature the gorgeous port of San Juan, Puerto Rico, in addition to Grand Turk, St. Maarten and Half Moon Cay. Puerto Rico is the largest island that the ships visit on this exciting itinerary. Rich in history and culture, it is always… read more of “Port Highlight: San…”
Enjoy these two photos that I took while ashore in the Caribbean.
Mike Faust, editor of Cruise Currents, recently sailed on board Eurodam for a seven-night eastern Caribbean cruise and chronicled his trip for us. What’s your favorite Caribbean port? Let us know in the comments below! Cruising the Eurodam – Day 4 – San Juan It was around 9:00 am when we began pulling into San… read more of “Cruise Diary: San…”
Erik Elvejord, Holland America Line’s director of public relations, currently is on board Eurodam, and today he sent in this pretty snapshot of the ship at San Juan, Puerto Rico. Thanks, Erik!
For the first time ever both Signature ships were in port together. Yesterday in San Juan, Puerto Rico, both the Eurodam and Nieuw Amsterdam were docked right alongside each other. The Eurodam arrived in port at 1:00pm and the Nieuw Amsterdam at 4:00pm. In the afternoon, Paul Kern, assistant culinary operations manager and myself walked… read more of “Marco’s…”
Frank de Vries, Eurodam’s chief engineer, took this stunning panoramic picture of the Nieuw Amsterdam entering San Juan harbor before docking next to sister ship Eurodam on Jan. 24. Thanks, Frank!
Special thanks to HAL guest Diana Parsons for sending in this cool photo from her cruise on the Eurodam in October of 2011.