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Puerto Rico Information Needed Please

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Hello, I am looking for any help on planning a vacation to Puerto Rico in July. We try to travel to at least one different place we have never visited each year. It looks like we are choosing Puerto Rico this year. We have traveled to Hawaii, all over the United States, Mexico, Europe, Dominican Republic, Turks and Caicos, etc. So we are pretty open to anything. It will be 4 adults, which includes my wife and I, my parents, and my two children ages 4 and 8. From a budget standpoint, we aren't completely frugal, but we don't need to stay at the Ritz by any means. We are looking for a recommendation on what area to look for a hotel or resort. In terms of priorities, we would like to have a nice pool area with a bar to relax, access to the beach for a couple of trips for some of the beach-goers in the group, and proximity to elements of a city with shops, restaurants, etc. We all have different preferences on what we enjoy most, so we try to do a nice mix of relaxation by the pool, a little time at the beach, and a little investigation of the local history and culture. Any recommendations first on places to stay would be greatly appreciated. We've done all inclusive and just regular hotels before. So that doesn't matter. It would just be nice to be close enough to find places to see as a diversion for some days and maybe an evening stroll or some kind of ghost tour, etc. Thanks in advance.

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