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Walking / Bus riding in San Juan

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Is it safe to do? I assume Old Town is, given the common sense the average person could be expected to possess. What about the rest of the city, particularly the area around the Ritz-Carlton? What about the city busses? I tend to be adventurous (but not to the point of endangering myself or others) while my husband is a worry-wort. He's already told me I am not to take the city bus to Old Town and to take a cab instead? If the bus is perfectly safe (is it??) at 75 cents, why on earth would I take a cab? Being alone in a cab with a stranger in an unknown city is actually more unnerving to me than being on a public bus. Thanks.

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