Videos tagged with "antigua"
Las garitas de San Juan de Puerto Rico son emblema de la isla [00:47]
San Juan (Puerto Rico), feb (EFE),(Imagen: Alfonso Rodríguez).- Las garitas del Viejo San Juan de Puerto Rico, torretas circulares que servían de protección a los centinelas de las fortificaciones, son todo un emblema de la isla caribeña y un elemento arquitectónico asociado históricamente a la antigua colonia española.
El aeropuerto internacional Luis Muñoz Marin, Puerto Rico. [01:00]
El Aeropuerto Internacional Luis Muñoz Marín (Código IATA: SJU, código OACI: TJSJ), antiguamente llamado Aeropuerto Internacional de Isla Verde, está situado en la ciudad de San Juan, capital de Puerto Rico a sólo 5 kilómetros del centro de la ciudad. Este es el principal aeropuerto de todo Puerto Rico, además de ser reconocido como uno de los más importantes en América y El Caribe en cuanto a pasajeros y carga.
Christine's Caribbean Cruise [21:21]
A cruise on the Costa Mediterranea in April/May 2006 to celebrate Christine's 60th birthday. We flew to Fort Lauderdale (or "Strong Lauderdale" as Google translate interpreted the French brochure), then called at Puerto Rico, St Thomas, Antigua, St Martin before crossing the Atlantic via Madeira and then visiting Malaga and finally Savona in Italy where we disembarked. The first few frames are taken on my Canon Ixus, since I bought the video camera on which the rest is taken in St Thomas. Sorry it's rather long - and posted rather late - I wasn't allowed to post a 20 minute video in 2006.
Tags: Caribbean (Island Group), Puerto Rico, San Juan, Antigua, St Martin, Maarten, Madeira, Malaga, Savona, Costa Mediterranea
Caribbean Islands [02:08]
Are you looking for a warm paradise island to escape to for a while? With over 35 unique destinations, the Caribbean provides a wide variety of tropical isles for all kinds of vacationers. Beach-goers will be delighted with the white sand beaches in most of the Caribbean; those in search of waves will want to head to beaches on the eastern side of those islands closest to the Atlantic, while snorkelers may prefer the calmer waters of beaches facing the Caribbean Sea. There are many other ways to enjoy the warm waters off the shores of these beautiful islands, including surfing, sailing, scuba diving, windsurfing, and swimming with dolphins! On land, the larger towns provide excellent shopping opportunities, lush rainforests are home to hundreds of plant and bird species, and golf courses and horse stables provide some other activities. The islands also range in size and popularity; some attract cruise ships, shoppers, or families, while others are small and secluded — perfect for newlyweds on their honeymoons and for romantic annivarsary trips. All in all, there are about 50 islands in the Caribbean, ranging from small coral outcrops to large nations. The Windward Islands include Grenada, St. Lucia, Dominica, and St. Vincent. These four islands face the Trade Winds in a line of volcanic peaks, and are known for its breathtaking beaches. Because the Windwards were once owned by France, French heritage is still strong there. There is also a heavy African influence, with ...
Tags: Caribbean islands, Anguilla, Antigua, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Barbuda, Bonaire, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Saba, St Kitts, St Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos, US Virgin Islands