San Juan Scarf
San Juan Scarf
Material: Modal and cashmere blend with hand rolled edges and eyelash fringe ends
Size: 42" x 72"
Color: Black, gold and red
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Puerto Rico, often called Borinquen or “La Isla del Encanto” is known for its breathtaking beaches, its rich history, and most importantly, its cuisine which consists mainly of fried food according to an essay by puertorrican writer Magali Garcia Ramis titled “The lard that unifies us”.
BECOME: A Cityzen of SAN JUAN and......
SMELL: The ocean from "La Garita del Diablo" at El Morro.
TOUCH: The wall that embraces Old San Juan.
SHOP: At Pure Soul for locally made sophisticated fashion.
VISIT: El Morro and El Cuartel de Ballaja at Old San Juan then take a cruise of The University of Puerto Rico, and more importantly, the iconic "Torre de la Universidad" by puertorrican architect Rafael Carmoega.
TASTE: The best mofongo Old San Juan has to offer at "La Barrachina "and for dessert, the mallorca pastries at the infamous "La Bombonera" or the best locally made ice cream at La Heladería Georgetti in Rio Piedras.
APPRECIATE: The artistry that are the murals of Santurce by local artists as well as international ones located all throughout Calle Cerra and visit Puerto Rico Museum of Art for their permanent collection as well as their new exhibitions.
SEE: The view of the breathtaking Atlantic ocean from the historic and colorful neighborhood of La Perla
LISTEN: To salsa music while dancing the night away at "El Boricua", one of the most popular spots where college students hang out, located at the center of Rio Piedras or to the lyrics of the controversial Residente Calle 13.
DRINK: The "original” piña coladas on a hot day at La Barrachina & on a summer night, lay back with a few artisanal beers from La Taberna Lúpulo or drink authentic mojitos from La Mala Vida or La Factoría.
SLEEP: At the authentic "Hotel El Convento" or at La Concha by renowned architecture firm, Toro y Ferrer.
READ: Insularismo de Antonio S. Pedreira, for an in depth exploration of what it means to be a Puerto Rican.
WALK: Through El Paseo La Princesa at Old San Juan
WATCH: La Guagua Aérea
TAKE: Traditional sweets from any street vendor