Artedel Guest House
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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 – …
... on the internet in the Mezzanine Lounge and checked into my 8.45 flight to Panama City tomorrow morning. Booked a taxi for 6.15 - fixed price 25CUC. Lazaro also confirmed there's a 25CUC departure tax. After setting aside enough money to cover both these items I still had 115CUC left to play with.
Tipped Lazaro for all his help over the past week, then had him call the massage lady to see if she could squeeze me in. She could, and an hour of pampering followed. ...
... from Spanish rule after a war.
This is where the US stepped in - it wanted to profit from the sugar (Cuba was now the biggest producer of sugar in the world). Furthermore when prohibition kicked in, Cuba made a killing from the production of rum and well, prostitution. The mafia moved down there and made a tonne of money. The first 50 years of the 20th century was where Cuba became very wealthy and built all its stunning buildings.
As usual, ...
... of nights some weeks before, so was more than pleased with the location, when we pulled up opposite Parque Central. The Telegraph hotel was beautifully restored on the outside and sported an impressive reception; the state run nature showed only in the bored staff and the lacklustre hallways. Upon entering my room at the end of a corridor of peeling paintwork, I was however surprised to open my door to a living room, as I'd been upgraded to a suite. The next day I set about getting ...
... Havana first and then travel all the (800km) to Santiago de Cuba in the east, where a vibrant carnival was happening. Unfortunately July and August is peak travel season for the locals and tourist numbers are also quite high, with most of them coming from Canada or European countries. Cuba’s train system is an absolute disaster and as everyone told use it is not an option for tourists. Since the buses to Santiago de Cuba and Vinales in the West, were fully booked for the next few ...