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Walking Tour for TastebudsI was given wise advice about going to Puerto Rico: EAT A LOT. Honestly, I had no idea how serious this recommendation was, and my friend was very right. The food in Puerto Rico was amazing. Everywhere we went was an epicurean sensation. There were so many restaurants recommended to us, and I think if I had one more day, I would have spent it eating more and walking the cobblestone streets. Usually when I have limited time as a tourist, I am more into sightseeing than eating, and we did eat enough, but I still should have eaten more.
Old San Juan is filled with old-world charm and gorgeous historic buildings, and several of the restaurants and cafes have outdoor seating. We did meander and eat at a few places, including Toro Salao. Several people recommended Dragonfly next-door, and we intended to go, but instead of ordering a real dinner, we kept on with tapas then traveled to Barrachina, the birthplace of the pina colada.