Casa Dania

Address: Obrapia No.460, Apt. 5, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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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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      Cuba, Land of Samba, Rum and Cigars.

      A travel blog entry by paulandton on Nov 02, 2014

      7 comments, 98 photos

      ... any time and then anything in-between. Most of them actually serve as taxis and yes we made a tour for an hour as well in a pink painted classic Ford. ( see the pictures;-) ) A well spent hour! We mainly spent our time wandering around the old city with its colonial buildings, Havana Centro which is more a suburban part of the city and Vedado where the rich live and the big hotels are situated. In between the wandering we are enjoying a coffee on a terrace at ...

      Hmm... Havana...

      A travel blog entry by maroline on Feb 26, 2014

      3 photos

      ... pumps through the streets or from terraced apartments and you can't help but smile at the random outbursts of people salsa-ing in restaurants or the streets. In terms of the streets of Havana, it's a real melting pot of people and infrastructure. Some of the buildings look like they're on the brink of caving inwards, and yet some parts are astoundingly impressive. To quote J-Lo, "Everyone's got to make a living...". We ...

      Back in Havana: my personal summary on Cuba

      A travel blog entry by steffen102 on Aug 05, 2013

      20 photos

      Back in Havana for two days

      From Vinales we took the Viazul bus back to Havana, which to our surprise took only little more than three hours. We were then lucky to find some fellow travelers to share a taxi with going to the city centre and to find out that my brother could share the taxi to the airport with them on the next day. Finally I was on the way to saving the money again that I had stupidly spent on the Cuba Libre drinking "doctor" on Cayo Levisa ;-).

      For ...

      Dining in Havana

      A travel blog entry by gboue on Mar 25, 2013

      9 photos

      I was anticipating that my meals in Cuba were going to be mediocre. I was told by Cuban friends who lived there or recently visited the island that in paladares the food would be good. A paladar is a privately (non-governmental) run restaurant.

      The last thing I expected was that I would ...

      Leaving Cuba

      A travel blog entry by muzbec on Feb 07, 2013

      4 photos

      ... of whether the room has had visitors or not. You’re kept accountable by random visits by government representatives who will want to check your book of visitors against your payments. Casa owners are obliged to report guests to the government within 24 hours of their arrival. We noted that on one or two occasions at some of our casa’s, this didn’t happen. It’s common for casa owners to report to the government that they have only 1 room for rent, when ...