Nightfall in San Juan

Photos from a ebike tour of San Juan, Puerto Rico, courtesy of Night Kayak. The tour starts at dusk in Condado and ends at night is Old San Juan.

John the Baptista
San Juan is named after John the Baptist
San Juan Capital
The Capital Building
La Concha
El Morro
El Morro
La Rogativa
La Rogativa commemorates an incident in 1797 during a British naval blockade. Puerto Ricans took to the streets to plead with God for help. The British mistook them for reinforcements, feared they were outnumbered, and abandoned the city.
The governor's mansion
La Fortaleza, the governor’s mansion, Old San Juan
Fortaleza Street
Fortaleza Street, aka Umbrella Street. This is where the protests that led to the resignation of Gov. Ricardo Rossello started.
Raices Fountain
Raices Fountain commemorates Puerto Rico’s mixed African, Spanish and Taino/Amerindian heritage.
La Casita
The last stop
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8 Responses to Nightfall in San Juan

  1. Donna Janked says:

    Great photos. The darkening sky makes for a dramatic background. It looks like an interesting bike tour. I’m planning to visit San Juan next May and look forward to seeing some of these places in person.

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  2. Pam Lazos says:

    Looks like a good recovery from Hurricane Maria. Nice photos, Ken.

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  3. San Juan is beautiful!

    Like

  4. sportsdiva64 says:

    San Juan is beautiful , and the pictures you took at night . wow , wicked beautiful

    Liked by 1 person

  5. inese says:

    What a fantastic photo reportage. Great night photography.

    Liked by 1 person

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