Casa Evora

Address: Paeso del Prado No 20, Piso 9, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Paeso del Prado No 20, Piso 9, Havana, is near Cementerio de Colon, San Pedro de la Roca del Morro Castle, Monument to Jose Marti, and Revolution Plaza (Plaza De La Revolucion).
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      Hello Cuba

      A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Nov 05, 2014

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      ... the hotel and wandering around the streets it was a beautiful evening for it. Brook was so funny, he really is so stoked to be here, seeing groups of old lady's sitting on door steps smoking cigars, and seeing all the old American cars, (that had definitely seen better days!) I think it was exactly what he imagined. After an hour or so of walking around we headed back to the hotel for a bite to eat as we were starting to really feel the affects of the more than 24hrs ...

      Day 24

      A travel blog entry by timbman on Aug 25, 2013

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      ... and buy a box of cigars. Cheaper than the shops but who knows if its legal.... So we say bye to our mate and head back to the hotel for a swim as its the middle if the day and ******* hot!!!! We were both dripping in sweat! So a few mojitos by the pool to cool down and then back out to find a bar in the afternoon. We find a few fairly touristy places but nice none the less, and again a few more mojitos. We jump from bar to bar to drink some mojitos and then it was time to go back to ...


      A travel blog entry by mblosser on May 07, 2013

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      ... money) so everyone in Cuba is doing whatever they can to get CUC and the tourist areas are way better off than the non-tourist areas (which is the case in most countries with tourism as there main export such as Jamaica, etc...). Practically everything in Cuba involves a transaction, whether it be taxis, conversation, sex, guiding someone to a place etc... Due to the huge demand for tourist currency there are ...

      Leaving Cuba

      A travel blog entry by muzbec on Feb 07, 2013

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      Typically what happens when you arrive at the bus station in the morning in Cuba is that you’ll encounter a flock of taxi drivers offering to whizz you away in a taxi for just a ‘pocito mas’ of the bus fare you’re about to go and pay. We’d put our names down on the Viazul list for the bus that morning to Havana but when we arrived we were offered two spots in a taxi waiting to go with two other passengers. It cost us about 5 bucks more so we ...


      A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Jan 27, 2013

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      ... woman. The setting, the building and the food were indeed divine. The food was delicious and the wine the best yet. Being Sunday it was very busy with locals and after lunch we toured the organic farm adjacent to the restaurant. Seven people work the farm and supply all of the produce for the restaurant.