Casa Particular Sandelis

21 # 4 e/ N y O, apto 61, Vedado, Havana, 20400, Cuba | Hotel
Prices starting from $33.00
 

Travel Blogs from Havana

Yodelkis and Family

A travel blog entry by gracetravels22

... up and we left to use the restroom and as we were leaving the guy called us over to let us know there was a computer. We went back and got on the computer. The browser took so long to use, that i sent only one email in the thirty minutes. We took a bici-taxi to cathedral square to meet up with the remains of our group. We sat at a bar and had dinner and drinks. While sitting there, it started "******* down" says Jenny. ...

Cuba Day 1

A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine

4

... reading "26 julio."

Cubans of all shades between black and brown walk the streets, ride buses, hall taxis (old US cars). Our guide explains, "Here, no matter how nice the houses are in certain areas, everyone lives together. Doctors live next to teachers next to the guy who cleans the street." My eyes are seeing Cuba - a country my education has taught me to dislike. "I love Fidel," our guide proclaims, "I'm sorry." Assumptions ...

Discovering the city on foot

A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra

5

After a long day we are watching BBC news and have just seen Maurice Williamson making his gay marriage speech and that the law was now in effect and then an antique car rally in Habana Cuba which we had seen a few cars in earlier today whilst wandering around. It is very hot here and humid but still walkable. We took off with Lonely Planet in hand and found all sorts of good stuff. The city is everything you ...

Cuba's Cars

A travel blog entry by gboue

25

... 20 minutes). So we looked around for a bar.

Janet approached a young black man who seemed to be Jamaican, with dreadlocks and all, and asked for someplace to get a beer. Because of her accent, he asked if she was Cuban. Her reply (inspired by many beers, no doubt), Yo soy mas Cubana que Celia Cruz, mi negro! (I’m more Cuban than Celia Cruz, my black man!) cracked him up. [Note to non-Hispanics - this is actually a term of endearment and not racist.] ...

The Havana experience!

A travel blog entry by mihalis

13

... told there are quite a few delays with it.

When you get your baggage you have to change money to CUCS (the currency for tourists). At the exchange place at the airport ( or even at the cadecas- exchange places), you can use your bank card, so no need for cash.

Bank cards issued from American banks are not accepted. All visa cards are accepted but maestro are usually not.

The only option you have for transport from the airport is by taxi. ...

Location

This hotel, located on 21 # 4 e/ N y O, apto 61, Vedado, 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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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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