Jonathan L takes us to a colorful art installation in Old San Juan
Jonathan L brings us some of the street art from the Santurce neighborhood of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
A frequent visitor to Puerto Rico, Jonathan L had never before visited the island's west coast. He shares the visit with us here.
A former sugar plantation, worked originally by enslaved Africans, now tells a long and significant history. Jonathan L reports.
Jonathan L takes us on a tour of the garden, which is organized to mirror aspects of the island's culture and history.
The Jardin Botanico y Cultural in Caguas is home to many species of Bird of Paradise flowers. Here are some of the examples from a recent visit.
Jonathan L takes us on a visit to the University of Puerto Rico, and the town and market of Rio Piedras.
Jonathan L continues his exploration of San Juan's unique architecture and the work of the Puerto Rico Historic Building Drawing Society.
Old San Juan has a wealth of gorgeous stained glass in a variety of styles. Jonathan L shows us some of the best.
The Puerto Rico Historic Building Drawing Society is hard at work to preserve San Juan's UNESCO-listed architectural heritage. Jonathan L visited and interviewed its founder.
Jonathan L, a veteran traveler to Puerto Rico, takes you down some of his favorite off-the-tourist-track streets in Old San Juan
Jonathan L takes us to see this historic campus with its richly-decorated tower.
Jonathan L shows us this 1840s stained-glass flamboyan tree, the largest secular artwork in Puerto Rico at the time.
Jonathan L. takes us to see a huge and gorgeous stained-glass window at Banco Popular, connecting to the island's long history.
Sometimes you just have to be in the right place at the right time for some cool pics. I happened to be hanging out in Old San Juan at sunset this week.