Casa Colonial La Terraza

Address: Belascoain no 207, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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    The First Experience in Cuba

    A travel blog entry by nipa.sarma on Jun 10, 2015

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    ... my name.. Couldn't figure out who it was,
    then a man came to help me. I paid the cab.. He was so nice, I had to give him a
    good tip. The owners of the Casa, Reine and Paco were great.. Spoke no
    English.. Had to use sign language. It was great seeing Sharon after
    almost 5 years! How time flies!!

    The room overlooked Havana harbor. It
    was a great view! We decided to venture out on foot. Saw the Capitalio, the havana theatre (which looked ...


    A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Sep 16, 2014

    35 photos

    ... of the Hemingway tour I should call one of their agents in Havana and provided a couple of names and numbers. Spoke to a guy called Romey who said he'd check with office and get back to me in five minutes. That was about 30 minutes ago, so I might head out to the bank to change some more money. If he hasn't returned my call by then, I'll try calling him back.

    Had my first experience with the Cuban Banking system this morning. Asked the doorman were the nearest bank ...


    A travel blog entry by fourontour on Jun 27, 2014

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    ... it as the 'Terminator 2' playground. It was a bit barren. The dual currency is proving to be an interesting conundrum. The Moneda Nacional (MN) is what the majority of Cubans get paid in, and buy things with. The Convertible Peso (CUC) is what the tourists use and is pegged to the US dollar. The exchange rate is about 25 MN to 1 CUC. It is very hard to avoid paying in CUC, sometimes they will just charge the MN as CUC. That being ...

    Cuba Day 1

    A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Oct 22, 2013

    4 photos

    ... a feeling that might be a good thing in the future.

    I've been wondering all this time whether the pilots get paid more than the stewardesses on this Cuba, government-owned airline. The immigration officers less than their boss? Why should they try? Listen? Do you choose your job based on more strong will and passion than for money?

    Anyways, we get to the baggage claim where the saran-wrapped boxes of supplies such as ...

    Havana: Beautiful, dusty & a rum drinkers paradise

    A travel blog entry by cookcorn on May 18, 2013

    2 comments, 60 photos

    ... around) so crime is very low and certainly we’ve wandered all over with our cameras and wallets and not felt uncomfortable – more than you can say for Quito (and, I suspect, Mexico).

    The city is also full of old American cars left behind when the playboys and girls stopped coming here at the time of the revolution in the late 50’s. I thought there’d be a few but there are thousands of them. Most are being used as ...

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