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Old July 6th, 2014, 12:14 AM
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Definitely much quicker, easier, and cheaper to take a taxi than to screw around with the transfers provided by the cruise line.

Here's the latest information;

Getting Around By Taxi ? Zones & Fares Explained | Puerto Rico Day Trips Travel Guide

Basically, $19 per taxi each way (not per person), plus $1 per piece of luggage.

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