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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Habana Havana
Awesome home stay. Safe, affordable and in the heart of Habana vieja... right where you want to be.
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... where you can grab a lawn chair, book & mojito and enjoy the
afternoon baking in the sun!
Tonya speaks great English and is always quick to offer advice on tourist attractions and directions. Angelo & Tonya both have many years in the tourist industry and it shows!
The casa is located just off the center of town, and close to the central bus station. It is a safe and quiet neighbourhood (all of Cuba is actually safe!) and the house is
... the back mirror, if you actually see the sign then it’s rusty and unreadable or white and the painted street name unreadable in white, or you may have the old street name on the sign as where your map shows the new one…
... evening it was refreshing cold to wake up in the morning…. And we learned on our last evening here, that it shouldn’t be like this, the hot water tank was not working.
Finding a Bank and a "supermarket"
Sure we are tired, but then we need money and it didn’t sounded too complicated getting told the bank is 2 blocks away…. I think we asked at least ...
... Ocean was as warm as ever but we have a few dark clouds around and believe it or not an odd shower of rain! It doesn't cause us a problem because its still warm and wonderful, nothing like the December cold rain we are used to back home. I manage to get an hours Wifi to send Christmas wishes to my gorgeous daughter Laura and daughter-in-law Tara as my son Adam is still working. So after our usual 'Coffee stop' at ...
... Following the sign I stopped at a bar on Indepencia Avenue (I think), had a beer for 1 peso, and pointed at the Capitolio on the map the concierge gave me before I headed out this morning, which appeared to be the most prominent landmark near the hotel. The barmaid pointed up the street in the direction I’d been heading. After that I just kept approaching random strangers, pointing at my map, and validating that I was still headed in the right direction.