Casa Particular Abalidia

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

      A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Sep 16, 2014

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      ... tagging along with her for the experience.

      Spent the morning on a three hour walking tour around La Habana Vieja - the old city - which has a history dating back 500 years. We started in Parque Central next to the statue of Jose Marti then walked down Obispo (Spanish for Bishop) to Plaza Armas, the site of Havana’s foundation and the oldest square in the city. The tourists had their photos taken with three colourfully dressed ladies next to El Templete. Our guide ...

      Amazing Cuba

      A travel blog entry by samandmegan on Jun 08, 2014

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      ... the few vehicles that use the road it would be a breath of fresh air. That's a lot of words on roads and transport I know, but it just goes to show how fascinating Cuba is, and one of the best ways to see the people of this amazing country in action is on the Malecons (waterfront drives) in Havana and Cienfeugos, so that's what we did pretty much as soon as we got there...

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      Music and The Revolution

      A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Feb 09, 2014

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      ... to both in 2012. A new addition to the Museum were the caricatures of the last 3 "Cretin" US Republican presidents (along with Batista), which I found disgusting and inappropriate if the Cuban government wants to grow American tourism as the biggest source of revenue increase for their economy. The display had nothing to do with their revolution. We saw much less of the museum on this visit.

      Then we went to a synagogue performing arts room for a performance ...

      Welcome to Cuba

      A travel blog entry by steffen102 on Jul 21, 2013

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      ... buildings everywhere in Havana. I was impressed though about how well maintained the old colonial homes in the centre of the old town were. A lot of money from tourism and UNESCO had flown into the restoration of these impressive homes. Surely outside of the old town, houses were in very poor condition and streets were very adventurous too. The casa particulares (government approved accomodation provided by Cubans in their private homes) I was staying in, was in an old colonial building ...

      Through the blockade

      A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Mar 20, 2013

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      Unless you live in South Florida or have made the journey yourself, you probably don't realize just how easy it is to get to Havana from Miami. After all the US government imposed a "blockade" on Cuba in 1959 which in one form or another has remained in place ever since. The US government forbids US citizens to travel to Cuba, US-issued credit cards can’t be used there and US cell phones don’t work. That this relic of the Cold War is still in place is largely thanks to ...