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Puerto Rico - too much? a.k.a will I be like a coqui hopping all over?

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We have a week trip to Puerto Rico. We like the beach, but don't want to just lie around, not our thing anymore. We like history, food, architecture, walking/hiking, outdoor kind of stuff.

As an initial plan we are thinking 3 days stay at La Concha; then 2 days at El Conquistador and then 2 days in Vieques [no place picked yet].

Before I invest too much time on the particulars; I'd love some feedback as to this division of days seems ok or is it too much moving around?

Thanks~

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