Casa Particular - Casa Fefita y Luis

Address: Calle Paseo del Prado No. 20, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Calle Paseo del Prado No. 20, 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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      A travel blog entry by paulandton on Nov 02, 2014

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      ... find many little sandwich / pizza stalls that still use the peso and it turns out that these sandwiches and fresh fruit juices are quite ok and a lot cheaper than the regular places where you have to pay with CUC. Computers and smartphones are a rarity here and when walking past offices you still hear the typing machines and they still use the carbon paper to make copies. The only museum we went to was the museum of the Revolution. Here you get a good ...

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      ... and an old Soviet dryer as a centrifuge to separate the pulp from the ink. More than a few participants stocked up on his beautiful paper products.

      That evening we were given the opportunity to explore on our own. Vicci, June and I took a taxi back to Old Havana to explore a bit and before our dinner reservations at Las Monedas Cubanas, a paladar near la Plaza de la Catedral. Even though Hector had warned the entire group when ...

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      ... such as Iphones. Yes things like Iphones shouldn't be available in Cuba based on the US trade embargo, but are imported from other countries than the States. In the meantime other (ordinary) Cubans struggle with everyday life, rarely being able to afford paying for the absolutely necessary things (such as water and gasoline) and therefore eager to do any kind of work to get even a little bit of additional money. My personal summary on this is that what I've seen so far in the ...

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      Friday - Cuba Up for brekkie and adios to Trapp Family Hotel and Monica who was there for us when we had dinner last night when we chatted (her english was excellent) and for breakfast. For the price it was excellent, like a country house. There was us and what sounded like two Australians sharing the whole hotel. We get the free hotel shuttle to the airport, board our flight and ...

      Buena Vista

      A travel blog entry by muzbec on Jan 24, 2013

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      ... idyllic Cayman Islands next - Check. We were ready. As quickly as we ascended, ate a small packet of nuts and drank our last Coke for a while, we descended through the clouds to catch a mere glimpse of the Straights of Florida before flying directly over pastures and palm-trees and touching down at Jose Marti International airport. The next step was customs.

      We sat on the tarmac awaiting a free gate. The airport was a typical communist looking monstrosity. But peeking out of ...