Calle Concordia no 364, Apartamento 5, Havana, Cuba | B&B
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This B&B, located on Calle Concordia no 364, Apartamento 5, Havana, is near Cementerio de Colon, San Pedro de la Roca del Morro Castle, Monument to Jose Marti, and Revolution Plaza (Plaza De La Revolucion).
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Uh Oh

A travel blog entry by mightyperlines on Jun 26, 2014

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Leisurely wake up. Breakfast and Alejandro drove us to the Hotel Nacional where we saw the cannons used against the Spanish in the Spanish American war (we kicked Spain out of Cuba, Puerto Rico, Guam and the Phillipines in 10 weeks in 1898). But in a sign of changing times, they also have tunnels which housed soviet antiaircraft missiles during the Cuban missile crisis. The hotel bar has photos of the mafia dons and Hollywood stars who have stayed there. Alejandro drove us back ...

Pass The Cigars

A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Feb 03, 2014

7 comments, 136 photos

... we're staying at- some Cubans have been given permission to rent out 1 or 2 rooms in their homes and these quasi B&B options are a much better choice than the overpriced government-run hotels. Among the very few Cubans (or communists anywhere) who recognize the value of a good reputation and word-of-mouth advertising, our hosts are really trying hard with somewhat limited means. And living in a Cuban home within a very traditional Cuban neighbourhood is half of the fun. ...

Back in Havana: my personal summary on Cuba

A travel blog entry by steffen102 on Aug 05, 2013

20 photos

... come to Cuba book their entire vacation as a package at a tourist agency back home, the tourism business in Cuba tends to be more focused on these package-tourists. It wasn't impossible to arrange everything ourselves and flexibly, but the system just wasn't built for it. However, I was very happy that we travelled in Cuba individually and not on a predetermined tourist package. Many of these tourists never see anything except hotels and government run restaurants that could be ...

Two Perspectives on an International Debriefing

A travel blog entry by lasallelgu on Mar 06, 2013

... pile to join Emily and me as we attempted to tackle the issue. We started with the importance of the embargo, noting its removal could have serious effects. The expansion of competition into the economy was another area of concern for the group as we wondered how far it would go and what effects it would have on daily life. Additionally, we wondered about possible implementation of taxes on the private sector. The dual-currency system and ...

Farmers market, La Guarida, and JAZZ FEST!

A travel blog entry by davenpod on Dec 20, 2012

1 comment, 96 photos

... mostly empty, decaying building that's still filled with tenants. Once we arrived on the second floor, the restaurant beckoned us like a beacon of light from the dark halls on the way up. The food did not disappoint. I had tacos de marlin ahumado (smoked marlin tacos) that were sublime, and a nice fish dish. We had invited Tatiana, a Cuban friend, to join us, and loved chatting with her about life in Cuba.

From there, we rushed to the opening three acts of the ...