Artedel Guest House
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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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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 – …
... was really busy, and it was really interesting to see that NO ONE was looking at their phone. I’m not even sure if they have mobile data here, but I literally didn’t see one person on their smartphone (if they even have those here). So everyone was having real conversations. I imagine it used to be like that before smartphones existed for me too, I can hardly remember those days though. I also saw a lot of people using pay phones, which I hardly ...
... in their country but a bargain from mine. We woke they following morning and enjoyed a nice breakfast containing fresh Papaya, pineapple, bread and an omelette. Little did we know that Papya was soon to be a part of our everyday life while in Cuba, a shame all three of us had a strong disliking to it. At the breakfast table we met a hilarious and lovely gay couple from Canadia. They were so eager to share their advise and tips for Cuba but we were more eager to receive them. ...
We arrived in Cuba and were instantly bombarded by men saying "Taxi, Taxi"; a word that we must have heard about one billion times in the space of five days. We were led past a variety of cars, from Nissans to Peugeots, and joked that it would be hilarious if our taxi was the old school 50s american blue and white one on the end. The taxi driver proudly pointed to it and said it was in fact his car, and that he'd thought we might like it.
We arrived ...
... It’s also home to what has to be the ugliest building in the central city - the ‘Habana Libre’ hotel. This was the Havana Hilton but just after it was finished in the late 1950’s Castro and his revolutionary buddies appropriated it and renamed it.
Havana’s beaches start about 15km out of the city. For tourists there’s a "HabanaTourBus" that goes to the Hotel Atlantico in the ...