Casa Particular - Casa Fefita y Luis

Address: Calle Paseo del Prado No. 20, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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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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    Travel Blogs from Havana

    Viva la revolution

    A travel blog entry by ayc17 on May 29, 2015

    ... foods!) Apparently Cuba has one of the highest literacy rates and free health care for everyone just like the NHS. History lesson over the last day in Havana involved taking a trip over to the beach in the East side and we could see why Cuba is so popular with beach goers, as it has beaches to rival the best in the world. The next day we would be flying to Cancun and then starting our quest to see the ...

    Fly me to Havana & the Cuban Socialist Experiment

    A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Feb 22, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... br> We drove through the spreading Havana new town, but there seems to be little development during and since the years of the American embargo since the 1960's. The old town, however, has been a UNESCO heritage sight since 1988 and is slowly repairing its many old buildings. This seemed to involve lots of digging up of streets, left with huge gaping holes, dust and dirt. Some of the old squares and refurbished hotels are beginning to show the splendour of what the ...

    We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

    A travel blog entry by tony.purcell on Aug 27, 2014

    ... anywhere we've ever been, and not what we expected. The drive from the airport saw lots of palm trees, abandoned warehouses and the old American cars-quintessential cuba! When we arrived to old Havana we saw the old colonial buildings we expected but nearly all were in total disrepair, some already fallen down. Construction work is going on everywhere and buildings that look derelict have washing lines on the balconies making it hard to believe anyone lives there. Everyone ...

    Week 21: Havana & Trinidad, Cuba

    A travel blog entry by mitchandsally on Aug 26, 2014

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... were bringing in. It put us off a little, but we got through immigration and customs without any further hassle. We then took a cab to our casa particular (Cuban families who rent out rooms in their homes), had much needed showers and headed out for a fairly quick dinner (unfortunately in a fairly tacky touristy restaurant) before heading back for a well earned sleep. We spent our first full in day in Havana exploring the city on foot. We visited Revolutionary Square, the sight ...

    Havana: Missteps & The Miraculous One

    A travel blog entry by nicole.marrocco on Mar 24, 2014

    26 photos

    ... at the beginning of the cemetery in what is considered the first-class area. There, our local guide Andres told us the stories behind the impressively garish mausoleums in a mix of styles from gothic to neoclassical. Further back in a more humble portion of the cemetery is the tomb of Amelia Goyre de la Hoz, La Milagrosa (“The Miraculous One”), who died in childbirth and was buried with her baby. It is said that her body was later exhumed and ...