People walk through a cobblestone street in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, Jan. 24, 2013. In recent years, Old San Juan has been on an upswing; its cobblestone streets are cleaner and livelier. New stores, restaurants and coffee shops have opened and many of the old homes have been restored. It's a working city, home to the governor's office and mansion _ said to be the oldest in the western hemisphere _ as well as other government offices and an increasing number of professional firms. It's also become an increasingly busy cruise ship port and outlet and luxury goods shops have proliferated in response. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)

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People walk through a cobblestone street in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, Jan. 24, 2013. In recent years, Old San Juan has been on an upswing; its cobblestone streets are cleaner and livelier. New stores, restaurants and coffee shops have opened and many of the old homes have been restored. It's a working city, home to the governor's office and mansion _ said to be the oldest in the western hemisphere _ as well as other government offices and an increasing number of professional firms. It's also become an increasingly busy cruise ship port and outlet and luxury goods shops have proliferated in response. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)
People walk through a cobblestone street in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, Jan. 24, 2013. In recent years, Old San Juan has been on an upswing; its cobblestone streets are cleaner and livelier. New stores, restaurants and coffee shops have opened and many of the old homes have been restored. It's a working city, home to the governor's office and mansion _ said to be the oldest in the western hemisphere _ as well as other government offices and an increasing number of professional firms. It's also become an increasingly busy cruise ship port and outlet and luxury goods shops have proliferated in response. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)
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