Casa de Sergio and Miriam

Address: Calle Luz 109 Apto.5, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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          A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Apr 24, 2015

          ... I am now tan), with the whole range inbetween. I am yet to see any oriental locals though. I did go to a hole in the wall store and buy some properly priced water, one of which I necked on the head before stepping inside a pizzeria.

          After a pretty bland offering I backtracked having become a little disorientated whilst distracted by the dude, and went to check out the bus terminal. Surprise, surprise lots of shops and cafes. But not the intercity buses I want so ...

          Chaos, that is Havana!!!

          A travel blog entry by wanderlizzy on Dec 16, 2014

          4 comments, 10 photos

          ... idea of multistops, getting off and looking in depth - thoughts of our beautiful London always come to mind - but with Havana except for Presidents Square, the thought of wandering, wasn't what we wanted. The drive along the Malecon, the 8 km promenade and seeing the suburbs, the queues at every bank - getting cash from an A.T.M. or even finding one is like finding a 4 leaf clover - is enough. Cubans learn to queue from birth. We wondered ...


          A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Sep 16, 2014

          35 photos

          ... was one of the hotel's function rooms which had been set up as if for a traditional wedding reception; white table cloths, chairs with white "skirts", and silver cutlery. I had a little table for one right at the front and to the left of the stage (excellent - I was afraid it would be like a real wedding where they sit you at a table with a bunch of the groom's friends when you're really there for the bride).

          A waiter with a Mohito arrived immediately, followed by a ...

          Touring Cuba

          A travel blog entry by unabearpark on Mar 29, 2014

          12 photos

          ... a fantastic guide who spoke unusually frankly about life in Cuba, current views and future expectations. Next port of call was the former Cuban capital, Santiago, which was hot at 36C and filled with hustlers in a league of their own, stall holders in the souks of Marrakech look novice in comparison. You could barely leave a coach, walk down a street, sit to have a drink, merely exist without dozens of demands for, food, milk for children, soap, pens. Apart from ...

          Day 107/108 Music and colour / Música i color

          A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Dec 02, 2013

          1 comment, 47 photos

          ... not seem to suffer:. I do not know if it is the music around you, the bright colors , the Caribbean weather or because people are already used to living without much. We read that 20% of the Cuban population live in the US.

          Today is my Saint's day and we are taking a fuchsia convertible Chevy from the 50's to see the major sites of Havana. Fun! You see these cars everywhere, from the great old days when the US mafia ...

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