Casa Colonial La Terraza

Address: Belascoain no 207, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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    Cuba -Sweet Salty Socialism

    A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Aug 17, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos

    Everything we read or heard was mixed reviews of Cuba. But the one thing that was certain was the fact that Cubana, the airline would be delayed...and in our case...by a day!! We were put up in a hotel, Hotel Calyso, although it sounds grandiose it was average with no direct access to the beach and certainly no lobster for dinner as Tom had hoped! Still we were far better off than the people who had booked tours around Cuba the day after they were supposed to arrive. We hadn't been ...

    1st to 4th dec - hasta luego havana

    A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Dec 01, 2013

    12 photos

    ... europeans. The ceremony was very good and the concussion from the cannon really impressive, they do this event every day. I negotiate a taxi ride back for 5 cucs, with that another tout puts a german family in the cab, I demand im not paying 5 cucs, as the driver will be recieving 2 fares from the same ride, he says ok 4, I say no 3 cucs, in the hurry of getting the germans in he agrees. Once we set off, he says he needs 4 cucs for my ride, in my ...

    Mientras la ciudad duerme, yo pienso en ti

    A travel blog entry by skyenichol on Oct 28, 2013

    20 photos

    This is an blog entry Joel wrote for his filmmaking website. If you'd like to read more from him, see some other pictures and keep up to date with how his films are coming along, check out www.joelsharpe.com

    "Life is lived in the streets," is what Skye mentioned pensively as we strolled through the dusty low lit avenues of Havana. Dodging pot holes and rubble we passed silhouettes, rumbling vintage Plymouths, families and friends assembling ...

    A Prohibited Detour

    A travel blog entry by calvinandhobbes on Jul 08, 2013

    1 comment, 37 photos

    ... only tourists use. We strongly felt that there was no interest in cultural exchanges; no one wanted to share anything about themselves or learn about us. The only value provided by us was money. To start, there are two currencies in Cuba - the peso nacional (the local currency), and the convertible or CUC (the tourist currency). All hotels, taxis, fancy bars, and high end restaurants are priced in CUCs. Street vendors, shared cars, and local bars and restaurants are ...

    Steeped in the City of Havana!

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Mar 12, 2013

    4 photos

    Our day began with our first "official" guest lecturer of this adventure: a PhD-certified architect, Miguel Coyula. He wove Cuban history and architecture into a wonderful story that had us all begging for more! What does he think the future holds for Cuba/Cubans? Havana today is peaceful but decaying--a "virgin city." Should the embargo be lifted today, the infrastructure could not handle it; the change could destroy ...

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