Casa Colonial La Terraza

Address: Belascoain no 207, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
 
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      A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Nov 04, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... for mixed drinks at a nearby five-star hotel. Their drinks, they told us, were five CuCs each.

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      A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 18, 2014

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      ... most metro sexual hair cuts we'd ever seen, in our world they would be judged as gay but they weren't gay this was just their culture. As you walked by they would push their lips together and make loud kissing and hissing noises all while they declared their love for you. The Cuban people were incredibly friendly but It was a forwardness that both Stephie, Stuie and myself were not use to but we laughed and smiled as they were completely harmless and eventually we worked out that ...

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      A travel blog entry by themooners on May 20, 2013

      71 photos

      ... and the like use the CUC (pronounced kook) or convertible peso. One convertible peso or CUC is equal to 24 pesos. As a tourist you tend to pay with CUC and need to make sure your change comes back in CUC and not pesos. They look very similar and poor man stuck in a socialist country has to make a living so turista beware or turista be short changed big time. The savvy traveler on a budget learns to cash out some CUC for pesos and eat where the locals eat. Should ...

      About Cubans

      A travel blog entry by gboue on Mar 24, 2013

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      ... br> There were many memorable folks whom we met: the Cuban crooner who sang with his elderly buddies as we sipped Cristal beer in the Plaza de San Francisco; our driver, a hard-working and dedicated dad who had the same types of family-rearing worries we have in the states; and the tobacco farmer near a roadside tourist pit stop who shared his knowledge about growing the plant and transforming them into cigars.

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