The Malecon is a great place to just stroll the beach-side walkway, browse the store fronts, and people watch as you pass the ubiquitous bars and restaurants.
Indeed, if you look long enough and drink hard enough, you might even stumble across a flying cow.
Watch out for the occasional celebrity strolling along the rooftops as well.
Some places were still decorated for the Day of the Dead, which always makes for a fun photograph.
And of course don’t miss the side streets and the lush park toward the end of your Malecon trek.
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