Casa De Sergio And Miriam

Address: Calle Luz 109 Apto.5, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Havana

Havana

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Sep 16, 2014

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... de San Salvador de la Punta, a fortress built by the Spanish to protect the entrance to Havana harbour. Walked back via the Museo de la Revolucion, stopped at Harris Brothers and picked up some water and a couple of cans of local cola and went back to the room.

About 4.45 I mixed a few Cubatas and watched the second half of The Mummy on TV; Gold Class Havana style. Headed out to a restaurant called El Templete - behind the little church in Plaza de Armas for dinner. ...

Re-discovered Old Havana

A travel blog entry by dogtravelers2 on Apr 22, 2014

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... our pre-reserved meeting room at the hotel and engaged in a discussion with an English-speaking Cuban expert on the history of U.S./Cuban relations in the 20th & 21st centuries with the opportunity to ask questions in an uncensored format. Afterwards, enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure.

Breakfast & lunch provided. ...

Final (Cuban) Port of Call

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Jan 07, 2014

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... end to my Cuban experience. My Intrepid trip had definitely be an experence and with a great group aged between 14 to 75, with the four generations that encompasses, somehow we'd made it work. Would I do another organised tour, no; am I glad I did this one, yes. The following morning, I made the most of my last morning by visiting the Revolutionary Museum, before bidding farwell to my companions and heading back to the land of chilli and ...

Welcome to Cuba

A travel blog entry by steffen102 on Jul 21, 2013

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... shirts and other apparel showing US flags. I even saw some people run around with US Army t-shirts and base caps. On the other side of the huge alley passing the Plaza de la Revolucion, we saw Havana’s tallest building, a giant statue of Josť Marti with a viewing platform at the top (about 130m above ground). Unfortunately it was Sunday when we walked by and the museum and viewing platform was closed. So we’ll have to come again when we are back in Havana at the end of our ...

Through the blockade

A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Mar 20, 2013

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... and for half of Cuba’s GNP to be generated by the private sector. Neither Perez nor Figueras, the old guard, fill us with much confidence, but we get a better feel from young economists we meet more informally in privately owned bars and cafes that there is a generation coming up who could take the country forward if given the chance once the old revolutionaries die off.

We have several discussions with Cubans about which economic model should take the country ...

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