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Alan and Cara,
We hope you are enjoying your time at our ranchero in Guadalajara. Make sure you take time to visit the local sights and say hola to our neighbors Francisco and Maria. Please remember to regularly brush Enrico our Chihuahua. As promised here is my writing about Habana – I apologize in advance if it is too wordy – …
... just US$100.00. We had from appetizers, to cocktails, to seafood dishes. Well, this would have easily been a $500.00 meal in the US. We had our own private waiter and room for our party. The Focsa is a building that has a lot of foreign residents. It offers several elevators, restaurant, its own small supermarket, and reception area with security. There are apartments available for rent on a nightly basis.
One thing not to miss in Havana ...
... at par with the USD and theoretically still is based on the government dictated exchange rate. Officially the US Dollar is not a welcomed currency in Cuba anymore, but still accepted. However, a 10% penalty commission applies when exchanging USD into CUC. What made me quite angry is that all cash withdrawals from ATMs are calculated in dollars, and thus also subject to the 10% penalty. Talking about ATMs: Due to continued sanctions by the United States (which exist since 1960), Cuba had ...
... members first be baptized in the Catholic faith..."Eees complicated..." Actually, the Cuban people are very spiritual yet ambivalent, and have an almost casual relationship with organized religion in all its forms. As a friend of mine wrote when Pope Francis was elected in Rome during our stay there, "a collective Cuban yawn taught us how different the country is from what we imagined."
Lunch at the privately-owned "Divino" where wine is also imported was ...
... the patio at which we were sitting.
After yet another interesting conversation with lots of laughs with Scott, unfortunately it was time for him to leave for Mexico before returning home.
I went and fetched my camera, an extra battery and my wide-angle lens, and headed out to get lost in the streets of Havana and I felt SO GOOD as this is how I LOVE to spend my time! So I wandered, wherever I felt like turning I turned, wherever I felt curious to go I ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArtedel Guest House Havana
Incredible accomodations. Ydalgo and staff are simply perfect. the pent house is like an art museum but comfy. the terrace sports views of the sea and city. steps to La Rampa or the Malecon, minutes by taxi to old town. Do not miss this place!!
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