Casa Carlita

Address: Avenida San Lazaro no 1207, entre Mazon y Basarrate, Vedado, Havana, 10400, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Tlalpan Sur/South area of Havana, is near Cementerio de Colon, San Pedro de la Roca del Morro Castle, Monument to Jose Marti, and Revolution Plaza (Plaza De La Revolucion).
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      A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Nov 08, 2014

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      ... crime and thievery became commonplace. Bars appeared on every first floor window and door and remain there to this day.

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      ... to) and check every cent, even if you think you have made a friend for life and you'd want to invite them to your next Christmas lunch, always check. I suppose you can't blame them for trying when the average income is $25US a month! Yes that's right, $25 a month, even if you are a doctor or a garbo, around $25 a month is all your going to get. In fact those that can possibly make the most $$ in Cuba are people who work in tourism because of tips plus a little ...


      A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Feb 10, 2014

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      ... her office is comprised of 51 diplomatic personnel (whose non-professional travel around the country is strictly regulated by the Cuban government) and 300 Cuban support staff. Their consular section is by far their busiest, but, in addition, among other things, the office provides free internet to Cubans and assistance to US students studying in Cuba. Ms.Roche emphasized (what I knew already) that US-Cuban relations are governed by emotions and memory rather than ...

      You are so poor, that you have only money.

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      Today I decided to consciously get lost - no strict plan on where to go nor what to see. After half-sleepless night, had a shower, strong coffee and bowl of fruit. Had a chat with some other people staying at the same hotel, hoping to find mates to explore the city with but apparentely they all came to Cuba looking for sun, drinks and beaches so there was no otger choice than go by myself, and at tge end I think it was ...

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      Entering Cuba at Havana Jose Marti International Airport:

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