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A quiet day in Puerto Rico's Old San Juan

Madeleine Woo went on a cruise in July with her family. At a port call in Puerto Rico she took this photo of a deserted street in Old San Juan, the island’s oldest settlement. She liked the colonial architecture and “the brightly colored buildings, cobblestone streets, and intricate ironwork on...
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