San Juan is like most nice beach towns in America. There are fun restaurants, big fancy hotels, gift shops, busy streets etc. They make it a policy that all the beaches are open to the public, which is pretty cool. A good place to get a beer or relax in the sand. Old San Juan is more like a place you would find in Europe. We spent some time lost in the dense grid of one-way streets. The city is encased in colonial Spanish fortress walls. As a guy who used to play with castles as a kid, places like this are amazing. There are ramparts, turrets, dungeons and canon balls. The United States used these same walls during WWII and added a few more modern elements.
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