Casa Deysi y Adiel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Deysi y Adiel Havana
It's got a great location, across the street from one of our favorite restaurant in Havana, La Guarida. Even saw Susan Sarandon who happened to come into our dining room, and my friend, Alexander, suggested some great entrees. The chicken with lemon and honey sauce is to die for.
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... cos that's essential, obviously!) but they are relentless and quickly make you cynical about any kindness or communication you receive from a stranger in the street.
But, I really should not start the Cuba part of the blog negatively, because it is definitely the most interesting, astounding, confounding, amazing place I have been. As soon as got out into the hot, humid, smoggy air, life as we've never really seen it before was there for us to see - ...
... He is working very ******* his English.
Joli took us on a walking tour of the area around Central Park near the capital. The capital is being restored and the government will move in after it's completed. It hasn't been used for decades for the elected officials. We stopped to talk to some men about baseball and someone tried to pick Walt's pocket. We drove by the old Sears store that was nationalized in 1960.
After our limited free time we met at ...
... fairly early since his immigration process took only a few minutes and fortunately his baggage had arrived with his flight as well. I was feeling very relieved now, since my brother speaks some Spanish and I could rely on him from now on to arrange matters with the locals :-). English surely wasn’t very helpful in this country and my knowledge of the French language only helped me a bit when reading Spanish but not when the locals spoke in their usual fast speed. Well, ...
... a spy and have offered to swap him for five Cubans held in the US on spying charges. The US response is that as Gross isn’t a spy, a “spy-swap” is not up for discussion.
And so overblown rhetoric and cold war behavior continue, the “Miami Mafia” eggs it all on and the average Cuban, caught in the middle, continues to suffer. Perhaps nothing will change until the Castro brothers, the old guard revolutionaries and Cuban Americans who left in 1959 all die off….. ...
... information. I did get a lot of advice, but the best was from my friend Matt who went as a journalist last year. He too asked many questions of those that went before, and he passed along two simple words: Just go.
Just go is exactly the theme you have to embrace when going to Cuba. Since we're not allowed to book a hotel or anything else with our American credit cards, and since online communication is more ...