Casa Dania

Obrapia No.460, Apt. 5, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Havana

Music and The Revolution

A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan

16

... to both in 2012. A new addition to the Museum were the caricatures of the last 3 "Cretin" US Republican presidents (along with Batista), which I found disgusting and inappropriate if the Cuban government wants to grow American tourism as the biggest source of revenue increase for their economy. The display had nothing to do with their revolution. We saw much less of the museum on this visit.

Then we went to a synagogue performing arts room for a performance ...

Welcome to Cuba

A travel blog entry by steffen102

24

... by the dictator’s army, while Castro and the others escaped in the nearby mountains. It was a decisive moment in history when a few days later an army general in search of the rebels ordered not to shoot Castro and his men (as requested by the dictator) but to imprison and trial them, thereby saving Castro’s life. After the revolution Castro would release this army general from prison and award him a position in the revolution army. Soon after his arrest Castro was ...

Through the blockade

A travel blog entry by bdsaly

11

... is possible, some Internet availability (although very patchy and painfully slow), mobile phone usage (although less than in just about any country we’ve visited) and cars – not just American cars from the 40’s and 50’s which everyone associates with Cuba, but also newer Japanese and Korean models. But there is still a dual currency system – CUC’s for foreigners (roughly equivalent to a US$) and CUP’s for locals (24 to the CUC). Most ...

Old sins cast long shadows

A travel blog entry by mistytravels

38

... 8217;t resist, answering all the voices that talked to me in the night (some I could barely see, just hear), saying: “Taxi?”, “Cigar?”, “Preciosa” (think sleezy whisper “Gollum”-style), “Cuanto tiempo en Cuba (How much time in Cuba)?”.
With a mouthful of cool divinity but sporting a smile I replied: Taxi – no gracias, Cigar – no gracias, Preciosa – graaaaacias, Cuanto tiempo en Cuba – demasiado (I ...

Viva la revolutoin

A travel blog entry by nayandal

1
7

... hacky sack in heaven, call me and optimist. So we chucked out bags in our room after hanging out with Lily, we went for a walk.

We went for a good walk around the 'couch' which is this large barrier between the sea and the city around Havana, then we went and got dinner on our first night, the cuisine is very tropically influenced spanish seafood, lots of brown rice and fruit and fish. We planned on walking to the old city (we found out later that if ...

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This hotel, located on Obrapia No.460, Apt. 5, Havana, is near Castillo de la Real Fuerza, Chinatown, Cajo Levissa, and Wifredo Lam Center.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding