WEFOUNDEl Árbol Sagrado (Ruta de Fantasía nº 3) (Spanish Edition)


There are some things that have been on my to-do list for years. Hiking up to Arbol Solitario (or Lonely Tree) has been one of them. You can see the tree, all by itself on a peak, when you stop at the Jibaro Monument on Route 52 and look south.

It is one of those places that reward you handsomely for your effort. The tree itself is not what makes the journey worth it. It is the photo opportunity that awaits you at the peak, which is almost 2000 feet above sea level. Located between Cayey and Salinas, you get some great 360° views of the mountains, surrounding towns, and the Caribbean Sea.


Not-So-Lonely Tree Trekking to this tree has become a very popular expedition. Of course, it is much better when you have the peak to yourself — to reflect, take photos, or just enjoy the bird’s eye views. But Puerto Rico’s beauty is to be shared with everyone, including 20 or 30 of your new best hiking buddies!

Quiero felicitar aquí a mi muy querido sobrino, Rodrigo Abela Guerrero, por haber ganado, como responsable del proyecto que presentó la empresa de arquitectura donde desarrolla su tarea profesional GUSTAFSON GUTHRIE NICHOL , el premio para el nuevo diseño del “National Mall” de Washington, DC.

1ª fila: Francisco Abela Lisardo con su esposa Mª Luisa Martí Torres, Julia AL, Concepción AL con Matilde Pedretti Abela en sus brazos, hija de Rosa AL, Maruja y José Mª AL.
2ª fila: tía Aurora Abela Gorordo, tía Francisca Lisardo, Carmela AL, Rosa Lisardo y Francisco Abela Gorordo.
3ª fila: Ana María AL, Clotilde AL y Margara AL.

Gustavo, Manolo y Amelia en el claustro reconstruido del monasterio, con la planicie del “Baix Camp” a las espaldas, que se extiende hasta el Mediterráneo

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There are some things that have been on my to-do list for years. Hiking up to Arbol Solitario (or Lonely Tree) has been one of them. You can see the tree, all by itself on a peak, when you stop at the Jibaro Monument on Route 52 and look south.

It is one of those places that reward you handsomely for your effort. The tree itself is not what makes the journey worth it. It is the photo opportunity that awaits you at the peak, which is almost 2000 feet above sea level. Located between Cayey and Salinas, you get some great 360° views of the mountains, surrounding towns, and the Caribbean Sea.


Not-So-Lonely Tree Trekking to this tree has become a very popular expedition. Of course, it is much better when you have the peak to yourself — to reflect, take photos, or just enjoy the bird’s eye views. But Puerto Rico’s beauty is to be shared with everyone, including 20 or 30 of your new best hiking buddies!

There are some things that have been on my to-do list for years. Hiking up to Arbol Solitario (or Lonely Tree) has been one of them. You can see the tree, all by itself on a peak, when you stop at the Jibaro Monument on Route 52 and look south.

It is one of those places that reward you handsomely for your effort. The tree itself is not what makes the journey worth it. It is the photo opportunity that awaits you at the peak, which is almost 2000 feet above sea level. Located between Cayey and Salinas, you get some great 360° views of the mountains, surrounding towns, and the Caribbean Sea.


Not-So-Lonely Tree Trekking to this tree has become a very popular expedition. Of course, it is much better when you have the peak to yourself — to reflect, take photos, or just enjoy the bird’s eye views. But Puerto Rico’s beauty is to be shared with everyone, including 20 or 30 of your new best hiking buddies!

Quiero felicitar aquí a mi muy querido sobrino, Rodrigo Abela Guerrero, por haber ganado, como responsable del proyecto que presentó la empresa de arquitectura donde desarrolla su tarea profesional GUSTAFSON GUTHRIE NICHOL , el premio para el nuevo diseño del “National Mall” de Washington, DC.

1ª fila: Francisco Abela Lisardo con su esposa Mª Luisa Martí Torres, Julia AL, Concepción AL con Matilde Pedretti Abela en sus brazos, hija de Rosa AL, Maruja y José Mª AL.
2ª fila: tía Aurora Abela Gorordo, tía Francisca Lisardo, Carmela AL, Rosa Lisardo y Francisco Abela Gorordo.
3ª fila: Ana María AL, Clotilde AL y Margara AL.

Gustavo, Manolo y Amelia en el claustro reconstruido del monasterio, con la planicie del “Baix Camp” a las espaldas, que se extiende hasta el Mediterráneo

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There are some things that have been on my to-do list for years. Hiking up to Arbol Solitario (or Lonely Tree) has been one of them. You can see the tree, all by itself on a peak, when you stop at the Jibaro Monument on Route 52 and look south.

It is one of those places that reward you handsomely for your effort. The tree itself is not what makes the journey worth it. It is the photo opportunity that awaits you at the peak, which is almost 2000 feet above sea level. Located between Cayey and Salinas, you get some great 360° views of the mountains, surrounding towns, and the Caribbean Sea.


Not-So-Lonely Tree Trekking to this tree has become a very popular expedition. Of course, it is much better when you have the peak to yourself — to reflect, take photos, or just enjoy the bird’s eye views. But Puerto Rico’s beauty is to be shared with everyone, including 20 or 30 of your new best hiking buddies!

Quiero felicitar aquí a mi muy querido sobrino, Rodrigo Abela Guerrero, por haber ganado, como responsable del proyecto que presentó la empresa de arquitectura donde desarrolla su tarea profesional GUSTAFSON GUTHRIE NICHOL , el premio para el nuevo diseño del “National Mall” de Washington, DC.

1ª fila: Francisco Abela Lisardo con su esposa Mª Luisa Martí Torres, Julia AL, Concepción AL con Matilde Pedretti Abela en sus brazos, hija de Rosa AL, Maruja y José Mª AL.
2ª fila: tía Aurora Abela Gorordo, tía Francisca Lisardo, Carmela AL, Rosa Lisardo y Francisco Abela Gorordo.
3ª fila: Ana María AL, Clotilde AL y Margara AL.

Gustavo, Manolo y Amelia en el claustro reconstruido del monasterio, con la planicie del “Baix Camp” a las espaldas, que se extiende hasta el Mediterráneo


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