Calle del Cristo 9English translation: Christ Street) is yet another great street/area of Old San Juan. The streets are cobblestone and provide a great historic feel. There are shops and restaurants. A must stop is Spicy Caribbee, which carries a variety of tasty sauces, spices and teas at reasonable prices.
There is also Parque de las Palomas ( Pigeon Park) where you can feed pigeons. They literally flock to you and will sit on your arm is you have bird feed.
Also don't miss and Cristo Chapel. was built on this spot to commemorate a miracle. Legend has it that a young man lost control of his horse as he galloped down Cristo Street, and both raced over the edge of the cliff at the end of the road. As they plummeted to their deaths, the man prayed to a Catholic saint to save him, and the saint granted his wish
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