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SAN JUAN PUERTO RICO SKYLINE

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Classic tropical skyline.

Is there decent mass transit in San Juan? It seems like it'd be dense enough for subways.

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WE ALREADY HAVE A METRO SYSTEM --WE CALLED IT (TREN URBANO) OR URBAN TRAIN--IT WAS INAGURATED A YEAR AGO AND AT THIS MOMENT ONLY HAS 16 STATIONS IN THE METRO AREA.

IS A MODERN SYSTEM WITH ALL THE TECHNOLOGY AVAILABLE.

I POSTED A FEW PICTURES HERE.

Classic tropical skyline.

Is there decent mass transit in San Juan? It seems like it'd be dense enough for subways.

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Is there decent mass transit in San Juan? It seems like it'd be dense enough for subways.

a city AT sea level having subways is a pretty bad idea.

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Love the pics. Looks like a mix of S. Floridia and Hawaii. The metro system looks pretty nice and clean as well, compared to things you hear about Puerto Rico.

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I musta missed those pics of the subway at first, my bad.

a city AT sea level having subways is a pretty bad idea.

? Umm, New York, Boston, etc., are they not at sea level?

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I highly recommend the Caribe Hilton, just across the lagoon from the Condado. Only private beach in San Juan!

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Last time I was there I didn't get the chance to ride the Tren Urbano... One my goals.

PLEAST DON'T TYPE IN ALL CAPS... It give the impression that you're shouting.

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a city AT sea level having subways is a pretty bad idea.

You do make a good point, and I'm sure you're referring to storm surge from hurricanes, which is not as common an occurance in NYC and Boston as it is in Puerto Rico, BUT San Juan is on the north side of the island of Puerto Rico and is somewhat protected from the worst of hurricanes, which usually approach PR from the east or southeast and very rarely hit San Juan head on.

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