Viejo San Juan

Yesterday we spent the afternoon in Old San Juan, the historic quarter of the city. In many ways it is aggressively tourist-y, but is also unarguably charming, with all the pastel buildings, mission tile, and cobblestone streets you could ever hope to see.

It also has many Puerto Rican flags:

Not enough umbrellas:

An extremely unsanitary pigeon-feeding business for the mainland visitors who have somehow never seen pigeons before, which is apparently most of them:

A bar called Cafe Teatro that offers swing seating:

Caribbean cherry margaritas:

Pat’s all-time favorite window:

And Tattooine:

Doubtless we will be back. Pat really likes that window.

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