Of course, there's a Hard Rock Cafe in San Juan, and so many gringos would rather stay with the tried and true (expensive hamburgers and beers) than dare to try other chow places. Too bad. There are actually very few true Puerto Rican restaurants in the Old City, and not too many souvenir stores run by locals. That's not bad, but there are one or two jewelery stores whose personnel are a pain in the rear end; not as brutally pushy as the hustlers in St. Maarten, but close. Most people (locals included) are confused by the taxi fares system. Meters should run always EXCEPT when going from the airport to the hotel and viceversa.
Hotel El Convento San Juan
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