Casa Obrapia

Obrapia no. 405, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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Back in Havana: my personal summary on Cuba

A travel blog entry by steffen102


... fellow travelers, who had been on top of the memorial, had told us about the great view over Havana we were eager to go up there now.

Making sure that is wasn't Sunday again, we walked to the far away Plaza de la Revolucion. It was a hell of a walk that took us about two hours in the extreme heat and humidity of Havana. When we arrived at the Plaza de la Revolucion we wanted to access the memorial but the lady said to our surprise that the lookout wasn't open. What? We ...


A travel blog entry by andysprout


... event is to take place and sure enough there are mothers with their daughters in dance outfits preparing for their spot. I ask if he wants a drink and me and him have a Mojito and Jean too but she asks for a non alcoholic version. When i go to pay with US dollars the barman has a sneer (i dont have enough local currency) even asking why i have dollars. i tell him its left over from Panama & Costa Rica. I didnt realise how much the anti-US feeling was ...


A travel blog entry by nanseaj


... here in, what I guess I would describe as, middle class and large by the ordinary Cuban standards. Patricia was charming. She appeared wearing very short shorts and high heels, what she describes as her hitchhiking attire. Most citizens will hitchhike to get between destinations, much faster than relying on the very crowded bus service. They stand alongside the main highway waving down ...

Buena Vista

A travel blog entry by muzbec


... highway we looked out to few farms, little concrete colorful houses, horse and carts and socialist propaganda on billboards remarking “revolucion” and “Muchos gracious Che”. Passing a few manufacturing plants with their grey smoke stacks and fenced off areas I was reminded of Eastern Europe or even parts of Germany. Approaching park land we turned a corner and pulled up right outside a blue and white apartment block that looked more like a commission ...

Havana good time!

A travel blog entry by amy_michael


... room. The grandmother of the family (a small, very nice old lady with no English) ushered us in and her granddaughter arrived soon after to give us a quick tourist intro to Cuba.

Amy had read beforehand that if you arrive in Cuba from say, Canada (from where most visitors hail), you might be worried by the condition of the crumbling buildings, but if you arrived from Angola youŽd think you had arrived in paradise. We soon headed out ...

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This hotel, located on Obrapia no. 405, Havana, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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