Casa Particular Abalidia

Calle 15 entre EyF, n.456, Havana, Cuba | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Havana

Old Havana

A travel blog entry by mightyperlines


... the day. Our waitress spoke excellent English, even though she had only started taking lessons one year ago. It's fascinating that this is the first Western Hemisphere country we'd been to, where the only people who spoke English were either tour guides or worked in big hotels. The waitress was such an anomaly. Every other country we'd been to on this side of the planet we found about half the population knows at least a little English. Not in ...

January 14, 2014

A travel blog entry by tomlayzell

... I stepped in, no I didn't I ran away... When we made it to the Paris to Cuba flight the plane absolutely hummed. It smelt like a cross between the 'Nest' on a summers night and cardboard city. Fortunately for us the main source of this stench was sat right next to us on the plane. Nice, for a 10 hour flight. I got used to the smell and couldn't help laughing when this guy ate as he manages to get most of his dinner on his lap, in an attempt to clean this off he manage to create ...

Havana good time

A travel blog entry by dwet10


Another sticky hot night under an oscillating fan, a lovelly simple breakfast later, we get our bags sorted for another travel day. A 2pm departure to Havana gives us time to sit on the mainstreet for coffees and lunch watching the screen saver of activity change in front of us.
Another half empty bus for the 3 hour trip produced one moment when the wipers didnt work in a down pour and the cattle stopped the Autopista traffic while they ...

Elementary School Visit

A travel blog entry by lasallelgu

On Monday March 4, 2013 we visited an elementary school. The school, which we visited, was across the street from the hotel, which we were staying at in Havana. That morning when I woke and hear voices of little children yelling, then I looked out the window to see the children having gym class outside. Seeing the children made me very excited to going inside the school. After getting ready for the day, and eating breakfast we heading ...


A travel blog entry by davenpod


... bars and restaurants, and then there are many, many street musicians. Quite a few serenaded us as we walked, then asked for “One CUC, one CUC”- the Cuban dollar equivalent.

We had limonadas and listened to a group warm up and then perform their first two numbers at La Lluvia de Oro on Obispo. We then walked out of Old Havana down to Malecon, the area by the sea, and left our guide to take a nap. ...


Map this hotel

    More great choices in Havana

    Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Havana


    TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Particular Abalidia Havana

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding