Casa Particular Ivan Rodriguez

258 Manrique, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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Hola Habana!

A travel blog entry by winegalcj


... coming back to Vedado around midnight the La Rampa area was just beginning to hum and would continue to hum, buzz, drum and rumba to well past 3am.

Today is our last day in Habana. We are holding bus tickets to Trinidad and have made reservations at Casa Sandra y Victor. Both Miguel and I like big cities in small doses, and three days here seems just right.

Alright, that is probably enough for now.


Juanita y ...

Back in Havana: my personal summary on Cuba

A travel blog entry by steffen102


... will you please shut up. You don't know any Spanish and just using French words with a weird pronounication does not make them Spanish!" Well, he was absolutely right, but I guess I just couldn't shut up and not try it. So before I travel to another Spanish speaking country, I will definitely need to learn some basic Spanish. English only helps in the biggest cities, but in order to really get some local insight, you need to be able to speak and understand Spanish.

If ...

Two Perspectives on Estela and Pedro Pan

A travel blog entry by lasallelgu

On Monday we traveled to the Instituto Cubano de Amistad Con Los Pueblos (ICAP) where we met filmmarker Estela Bravo. At 78 years old Estela has created 30 award-winning films focusing on social justice issues in Latin America and Africa. This afternoon viewed her film on Operation Peter Pan: Flying Back to Cuba, which follows the stories of 5 adults who were Peter Pan children as they return back to Cuba for the first ...

Street scene in Old Havana, and 3 on 2 mister?

A travel blog entry by davenpod


... 9 stories up. We returned to see the nighttime view and have a cocktail before dinner, and were pleasantly surprised when we were asked to move a little back from the pool. A troop of 14 quite fit swimmers were going to practice for their Christmas water ballet. The pictures tell the story, but don’t show the grins on our faces as we watched.

For dinner, we rode a “cocotaxi” all the ...

La Habana

A travel blog entry by panzaverde

... raised suspension.

Architecture is a mix of crumbling colonial-era (see also here), Art Deco and commercial 1950s-era buildings. And some ruins and abandoned buildings. Unlike anywhere with a free market, seaside property is no different to other property. The buildings on the malecon (waterfront boulevard) are just as shabby as other buildings and we peeped in to see regular families watching TV.

A young ...

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