Casa Particular Abalidia

Calle 15 entre EyF, n.456, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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Seniors, Arts and Music

A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan


... getting visas. The Grand Circle Foundation has started a summer intern program in Boston for Ludwig members.

Our lunch partner was Hector Palacios who is a public school art teacher. He was delightful. 28, single, from an educated family and has many relatives in MIami. He was an intern with GCF last summer. After his Boston trip he was able to visit Miami for 8 days and saw his grandmother and met many cousins for the first time. He answered all ...

Welcome to Cuba

A travel blog entry by steffen102


... are you from… Do you want to buy cigars… Do you need a taxi… You want a good restaurant…” Being experienced from my time in Asia, I did the only right thing: completely ignoring them. Some of the folks even tried the “Excuse me, what time is it?” trick to get into a conversation with me. Sure the large number of people trying to sell me something became a bit frustrating after a while, but fortunately ignoring them or telling them “No ...

Through the blockade

A travel blog entry by bdsaly


... frequented by university students and young entrepreneurs, we learn that these young Cubans want a freer, more capitalist economy but all in the context of the principles of Fidel’s “Revolution”. Nobody we met or spoke to wants to turn the clock back to the old days. There’s a palpable sense of a strong “love-hate” relationship with the US. The blockade is blamed for many of Cuba’s problems, although one of the young entrepreneurs ...

Vamanos a Cuba!

A travel blog entry by kristinrust


... tacky with hideous decorations- our shower curtain was an illustrated image of a huge toilet with men jumping into the bowl with plungers as a nun looks on from then lid. Step 7 was finito.

We finished our night with a walk through our neighborhood and ended up eating a great cheap dinner of grilled pork, rice and beans, with a $1 local Cristal beer outside on the Malecon, as a band played and blew us kisses. Perfection. I exhaled in ...

Buena vista social club

A travel blog entry by mknox


... are registered by the Government and we always have to sign in and provide our passports and sign a book for all meals we have. We are always fed very well both in terms of quality and quantity. Breakfast is between 3-5 Cuc and dinner is 10 Cuc and to quote a very Australian movie "why would you go to a restaurant when you get this served to you every night”. Up until recently a casa could only rent out a maximum of two rooms and all rooms must be registered, the government ...


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