Hotel del Tejadillo
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... and Cuban number plate as a wee keepsake. We also ended up at the local handicraft market which was full of beautiful paintings, wooden artefacts, t-shirts and every type of Cuban souvenir you could think of. We walked around for ages buying more trinkets that we don't need or want, but hey...it was fun. We stopped off at the local Brewery by the water, for a well deserved beer after all our hard work shopping . That night we had our ...
... following night). Leaving the casa with map in hand we headed for a taxi to the Nacional Hotel (oldest and largest hotel in Havana) to meet Andy and Megan for dinner and drinks. Meeting Luiz on route who made various offers including a Cuban boyfriend, salsa festival and finally our security guard who led us to a taxi (an leaving us with his address for salsa at his place later on..) An old American car complete with a sweet ...
The result is a unique tourist attraction. Probably what most attracts my tour participants more than anything else are these cars buzzing around, some in pristine condition and used to ferry wealthy tourists about in classic style, others are work-a-day vehicles transporting locals around town for a few pesos a ride.
Many collectors would love to get their hands of these cars, but they cannot ...
We then traveled to the Revolutionary Square for a group photo.
We had lunch with the group at a good seafood restaurant in Cojimar, then we separated from the tour group and returned to Havana by taxi to Hotel, then went by taxi to CubaRuta Bikes at Calle 16 No 152, esquina a 13, Vedado, Havana 10400, Cuba. The bike shop was ...
... around town, Revolutionary Square, Capitol building (the same as Washington but 1m higher), Plaza de Armas, a chocolate museum for the best cold chocolate in town, the old pharmacy, cigar shop, African dancers, salsa dancers. A couple of the highlights were going to the handmade perfume shop & up the tower in the town square and through a telescope kind of thing it could project a full 360 degrees of what was happening outside ...