Casa Los Delfines
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... booked in seemingly bumped us and booked us in to another casa, which was by far the worst casa, and perhaps accommodation, we have stayed in on our trip! We settled for one night there and went to explore the main strip of the town, walk through Parque Josone and have a delicious Italian lunch at Dante restaurant, enjoy being serenaded by an all-female group at our table for dinner, then descended on to the Beatles Bar, and listen to a few cover bands (more on that ...
... the patio looking at the bay and had coffee.
We moved on to the place next door, the Palacio de Valle, a most impressive place, another spiral staircase, also a marble one, also most Arabic looking designs. It seems to function as a restaurant and there were plenty of tour people in there having meals and drinks. We just wandered around. Leaving there we went further down to the point and came across a small park area with eating places and tables. More beer and a ...
... as those in Havana, and most were single storey. The local transport was interesting, old buses or similar, horse drawn carriages the American Classic cars, tricycle taxis etc. Horse and carts were used a lot for transporting people and goods around. The town is laid out in a grid pattern with stops at each crossing other than the main Prada. There were also plenty of dogs and some cats, all appeared well cared for and some did sleep in odd ...
... at the Bacardi building, famous art deco style building which belonged to the famous rum maker who fled Cuba and then sued Cuba for using the Bacardi name on its' rum. The building foyer is delightfully art deco and giving the security guy 1 CUC allows me a ride in the elevator to the 7th floor and then a staircase trip of 3 flights to the lookout tower where I get a wonderful 300 degree view of Havana. The rest of the building is decay apart from the foyer as is typical ...
... so his dad drove their old red Russian mini-like car through, and we walked around for free. Lester had never had a photo taken on the roof, so there is one attached (I need to email to him too). - Bolero: the bowling alley. Lester used to be a champion when he was studying at Uni (so he tells us, and provided me with a cd of pics and vids to prove it - still yet to watch it as I dont have a disc drive), but we never got a chance to see him in action. One night we ...