Casa Jorge y Alicia
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... of the rest of the places we visited! It's a big city that has it's own Malecon, but it's a lot more laid-back and definitely more affluent than much of Havana. We stayed on the Peninsula and had a very refreshing and enjoyable time there.
What we did
The first day we watched Australia lose in their first World Cup match and the second day we watched England lose their first ...
... to be booked well in advance. Lack of funds has allowed the public transport system to degenerate into an inefficient and unloved part of the social revolution.
Recently private operators have been allowed to convert old trucks to passenger use. They are not very comfortable, but at least provide a regular and reliable service at a very affordable price.
... Choir. We also visit a “ration shop” where products subsidised by the state are sold.
On the way to our next stopover, we visit the Bay of Pigs, called Playa Girón in Cuba. I won't go into the politics of this failed invasion here. Read for ...
... museum, lookout, and transport is a big cost. It seems any where you turn will cost. Strangely too the prices of basics like water vary widely wherever you go as well as drinks of beer, cocktails can be doubled and it may not be in fancier places just anyone seems to charge what they can or maybe are told to, who knows?. Given the number of tourists, the entry visa and exit fee is 50 CUC so when you add all that up there is a lot of money coming in.I was scammed often ...
... The ladies on the outside control how many people can go in at a time and the way it is set up to look at the displays it couldn't handle more than about 30 people at a time. The memorial inside is very beautiful with lovely stonework and woodwork and it is kept beautifully. The first time we have seen something that isn't in need of repair. Off to lunch where beers and dry salt crackers were common choices amongst the group. Had a ...