• Were parts of this film made in Old San Juan? My husband and I stayed at the Gallery Inn, and it looks just like this hotel in the movie. It was complete with the parrots, statues, etc. It is owned by an artist named Jan. There is a courtyard at the Gallery Inn that looks just like the one viewed in the movie. Please let me know if this location was used. I also noticed that the cobblestone streets that were beside the hotel looked very similar. The streets were steep, and lined with colorful houses. We stayed in a room that was under the balcony, and it was exquisite. There was a sitting room off the bedroom, with arched windows, books, a table and couch, and exquisite antiques and art work. It opened onto the balcony, which had a breathtaking view. Above our balcony was the observation deck, which overlooked the city and docked cruise ships dotting the landscape. Gorgeous! Carole Brennan