Casa Colonial La Terraza

Address: Belascoain no 207, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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      Mr. Obama, Tear Down This Wall

      A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Nov 08, 2014

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      ... year, would be deposited in a Cuban bank following entry. The refugees were not permitted to work until they had permanent status, but they were allowed to remain in Cuba until they received immigration papers from another country or permanent resident status in Cuba.

      One can imagine the emotional response to this situation among our group.

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      Dirty Havana Trilogy

      A travel blog entry by julian-sarah on Jul 09, 2014

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      ... Havana club for $4, so you can imagine there were a few bloody rumbos getting sank over those 12 days. The other thing is cigars, I bought a box of 25 Cohibas for $30USD which would sell in Australia for over $500. Unfortunately because Australia is a retirement village I can only take 2 home with me, so there'll be a few Cubans getting smoked between here and Rio. I've already told Domma I'm smoking one with him on his new porch so that leaves me with one more to share with some other lucky ...


      A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Feb 10, 2014

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      ... about a block and a half from the hotel came highly recommended. We three were joined for dinner by two other couples-between us, we ordered a variety of dishes: tomatoes with feta, eggplant and salmon rolls, malangas as appetizers and entrees from rabbit, to octopus to shrimp in garlic sauce. Rice, beans, mashed taro and cooked vegetables came family style. We cleaned our plates and ordered flan and chocolate fondant for dessert.The restaurant was a serendipitous ...

      Cigars, rum and old cars..?

      A travel blog entry by m_and_m_time on Aug 22, 2013

      1 comment, 24 photos

      ... teeming with! They are simply beautiful and very hard not to become obsessed with. The drive through the torrential rain into Havana showed us lush green landscapes, dilapidated buildings, propaganda splashed upon building walls and huge paintings of Che and Castro.

      Our hostel was amazing- tall ceilings, decorations and memorabilia from around the world and the best feature- lobster for dinner!!! Our first day we wandered around ...

      Cuba – some facts for the visitor on Day 1

      A travel blog entry by cookcorn on May 13, 2013


      ... back in the rucksack and we’d passed through customs, the taxi organised by our Casa Particular was long gone.

      Accessing your money:

      I had read that cash was a good thing in Cuba provided it isn’t US$. We had GPB500 with us for starters and I thought we’d be able to use our ABN AMRO account to access CUC from the ATMs. Not, it would seem. MasterCard is not king, here only Visa (thank you Lonely Planet for ...

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