Casa Particular Ivan Rodriguez

258 Manrique, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Havana

Cuba, better late than never

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak


... I was told to try Plaza Americas which has a radioshack. OK as is usual tempers are fraying with some indignant travellers over the scramble to get on the limited sears on the bus to the hotel. It started to storm with a massive down pour on the way to downtown and across to the massive strip zona hoteles where the majority of all inclsive hotel resorts are located. It is a scene out of a US styled gold coast but 100 times bigger and full of chain restaurants, malls ...

6th to 9th Nov - ¿Habla Habana?

A travel blog entry by stuwelly


... each night at 9pm they fire a cannon, but the buses were proper confusing and my spanish skills are failing, instead I buy a bottle....a whole bottle 70cl for 4cucs, about 3 quid! And some cokes and head to an art gallery I was invited to by a guy called roger who is working for a group of artists trying to sell their art work. I spent the night failing badly at more complex subjects in spanish like the economy, cost of art materials and how theres only one art shop, a subtle ...

Havana Ball

A travel blog entry by amy_michael


... for a cheap night out if nothing else!

The next afternoon we boarded a ferry to the aforementioned cannon wielding forts. We paused at the scaffolding clad Jesus that looks over Havana before arriving at Morro Castle. The views from the thick walls and lighthouse are pretty special, but the highlight of our visit was meeting the modern day lighthouse keeper. His actual job was to monitor each ship that passed through the harbour and he gave us a tour ...

Havana Good Time

A travel blog entry by caselma


... tour for the first week, had an awesome Cuban guide and 16 of us in the group. Surprisingly not many oldies! I've always thought tours were a little daggy, but this cycling one was really great, and not easy! We went from Havana - Cienfuegos - Trinidad - Santa Clara - Havana. (Think north - south east - back north)

So much about Cuba fascinated me. Imagine not being able to travel/leave your country. Or not being able to use the internet unless you're supervised ...

Hola Havana - Day 5 - Cuban Art and Hemingway

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg


... the prevailing wisdom is that most Cubans do not think of themselves as religious. Like many other countries in the world, Cuba is host to a wide range of religions - Catholics, Santerias, Protestants, Jews, Buddhists and even a reported small Mormon population.

After the lecture, we went to the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Cuban Section) or the Fine Arts Museum. The collection of Cuban art was outstanding and ...

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