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Place To Stay
Culebra, Puerto Rico
Author: Buddy (
Date:   08-13-05 17:15

Hello all, we are going to be in Culebra mid Jan-06 for a week or so any thoughts on a place to stay? We have about $800 to spend for a week.

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Re: Place To Stay
Culebra, Puerto Rico
Author: Tami (
Date:   08-15-05 07:38

Give Molly and Jerry a call.
They rent out a portion of their home with seperate entracne, bathroom, etc..very very clean and absolutely darling. They are from the states and have been living in Culebra for over a year maybe closer to two years. They will take you where you want to go in their car if you don't plan on renting one. If you like to snorkel or fish or scuba they can do that with you too. Jerry has a boat. Have a Great time!

If you do stay with them, let me and others know how it went.
Have a great time!


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Re: Place To Stay
Culebra, Puerto Rico
Author: (
Date:   08-16-05 07:29

Hi, Buddy. We can assist you with your accommodation to fit your budget. We have an offer in where we give you a night for free when you stay with us for at least 7 days. Just under $800 (including hotel taxes). Visit us at to find information about us and make your reservation.


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Re: Place To Stay
Culebra, Puerto Rico
Author: Tochi Davila (
Date:   08-17-05 07:12


I have houses, apartments and cottages for rent, and I have the best prices in Culebra.

My name Tochi Davila Tel: 787-742-3271

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Re: Place To Stay
Culebra, Puerto Rico
Author: ilia benabe (66.50.189.---)
Date:   09-06-05 16:04

Hi: I have apts for2, 4, and 6 persons, very comfortable and cozy with spectacular view and quiet place. A/C, DirectTV, etc. 10% discount staying 6 nights. includes tax. For more inf. you may contact or call (787)644-6300. Ilia Correa

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Re: Place To Stay
Culebra, Puerto Rico
Author: Megan (128.104.47.---)
Date:   09-07-05 16:37

We arrived on the island a day ahead of schedule, and the only accomodations available were what the folks at Vacation Planners apologetically informed us were the "dregs" - no air conditioning, outside of town, etc.

This place was WONDERFUL. I cannot speak highly enough. We were on a very small budget, but decided to conserve, cook in-house, etc, and cancel our previous hotel reservations to spend the $90 per night that the tiny "Casita" at Tres Amigas cost. It was just a room with small stove, sink, refrigerator, tv and bed (but very clean, cute, and bohemian-inspired!)....but we didn't spend any time in the room as compared to the time we spent out on our balcony overlooking the valley just a bit outside of town. Fresh mangoes falling out of the tree next door, massive palms overhanging the balcony, quiet street below the hill we were perched on totally obscured by all of the flora, heat of the day totally tamed by the constant breeze (we even turned off our ceiling fan at night, this in mid-july!). I travel a fair bit and have never had such a magical lodging experience.

The Casita was larger than a lot of the hotel rooms on the island that we have seen. If you are looking to spend $100 or less each night....I have to tell you - ask Vacation Planners about the tiny orange casita at Tres Amigas.

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