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May 31st 2011 11:47AM Multiple citizenships are completely legal according to the US, and in my case, quite convenient. I have Spanish citizenship due to my grandparents being Spanish citizens, and US citizenship due to my place of birth.
When I traveled to Brazil, my US citizen travel partners had to get tourist visas which involved a consula visit and $130 in fees. All I had to do was flash my Spanish passport at the airport, and I was in visa-free and fee-free.
Aug 22nd 2010 4:09AM Economics, plain and simple. You get $20million in interest free financing + ridiculous tax breaks and a low wage environment to film in Puerto Rico.
Jun 17th 2010 8:41PM Bloody thrilled!
Jan 31st 2010 10:33PM @Jen. Inside of Old San Juan there are several hotels, such as Da House, Caleta Guest House, Hotel Milano, Sheraton Old San Juan, the CasaBlanca Hotel, and even the (ugh) Howard Johnson.
Dec 8th 2009 4:10PM Wasn't this the old Holiday Inn San Juan?
Oct 3rd 2009 9:51PM I was actually a campaign graphic designer, but thanks for your kind words ;)
Jul 23rd 2009 3:28PM Actually,
Isla Verde is a district of Carolina, a city just east of San Juan that is part of the San Juan metro area.
Jun 18th 2009 4:45PM The true connoisseur rum in Puerto Rico is Barrilito 3 star, which is only sold on island. The only times I've seen it off island are when its sold by a private party, and it's easy $80+/bottle. You can pick it up in duty-free for about $20 and impress your friends with its amazing flavor.
May 17th 2009 2:29PM Looks nice, but I'm not a fan of paying for something that has free alternatives on other platforms. I'll wait till a free version comes out.