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Jillian Bensko


Colin Fields

Things to do

Limbers de San Juan

13-25 Caleta de las Monjas, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico

This place is a tiny gem hidden in the side of a house under a tree directly across the street from the governor’s mansion. Limber is a frozen ice treat with fruit flavor served in a plastic cup. Perfect to refresh after walking through San Juan. Cash Only

Save a Gato

FV8H+JC2, San Juan, 00926, Puerto Rico


Once you pick up your limber a short walk away is Save a Gato. Save A Gato is a non-profit organization dedicated to the welfare and care of the cats of Old San Juan through TNR, fostering, and adoption. Although you may not want to head home with a new fury friend, it is amazing to see all of the cats this organization cares for. During the walk there you are likely to see 20+ cats.

Cocina Abierta

58 Caribe St, San Juan, 00907, Puerto Rico


With a vegetarian, pescetarian, omnivore and carnivore prix fixe menu, Cocina Abierta offers a wide range of different culinary tastes spanning globally created by Chef Martin Louzao. Modern light fixtures, exposed walls, and repurposed decorative accents give Cocina Abierta one of the coolest decors in Condado


317 C. de la Fortaleza, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico


Looking to splurge and go on a culinary journey? Marmalade is the spot for you. Opened in 2005, Chef Peter Schintler's Marmalade is quickly earning accolades from locals and tourists. From incredible local ingredients to fun twists on classics the tasting menu has it all. The service is always amazing and the experience is worth the visit.Reservations open up in a month in advance so make sure to book early!

Los Chamos Arepas

CXVC+HH6, PR-37, Carolina, 00979, Puerto Rico


Nestled in between a gas station and Papa John’s is Los Chamos Arepas. Los Chamos is a small shack devoted to Venezuelan stuffed arepas a few steps away from the Isla Verde Beach. Very casual spot where they serve top notch arepas. Be aware, the service can be shotty but it is worth the wait.

If you don’t want to travel to Carolina, there is a Los Chamos Arepas kiosk right across the street from La Concha that serves empanadas. You’ll find us there late night post wedding!

La Factoria

148 C. de San Sebastián, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico


La Factoria is famous for taking Puerto Rican mixology to the next level—the cocktails are refreshingly simple but masterfully made. The signature drink, the Lavender Mule—a mix of vodka, ginger beer, and homemade lavender infusion—is the perfect way to kick off the night.

San Juan Paddleboarding

Ave. Baldorioty

Parque Nacional Laguna del Condado Jaime Benítez Calle Vieques

San Juan, PR, 00907


A short walk from La Concha at Parque Benitez in the Condado Lagoon, San Juan Paddleboarding offers stand up paddle board rental as well as kayaks. No reservation is required and they are open seven days a week from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. The rentals are for 2 hours and it is $20 for a paddleboard and $30 for a kayak. They do not have lockers here so I would keep things minimal when venturing over.