Casa Jorge Coalla Potts

Calle I #456 apto.11 between 21 & 23, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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Hola Habana!

A travel blog entry by winegalcj


... marking the old China Town and the lovely Fraternity Park with the ancient Tree of American Brotherhood (and I don’t think they mean to include the USA). Lunch was simple, but good, grilled chicken with fried plantains that tasted much like French fries. After lunch we lingered to look at all the old model cars at the park – classics and many were shiny and gorgeous. For about 25 US you could take a taxi ride around the city for an ...

Back in Havana: my personal summary on Cuba

A travel blog entry by steffen102


... would ask for three additional CUC for dropping us off in the city centre. I mean where else than in the city's centre would a tourist typically want to go? And why do we need to pay almost nine CUC entrance for a nature park, simply to see a waterfall? Furthermore a lot of Cubans (surely not all but many) would try to cheat on us when giving change. Not only would they "accidentally" pick the wrong (and less valuable) coins when giving change in CUC, or just try to tell us that for ...

Elementary School Visit

A travel blog entry by lasallelgu

... long journey across the street to the elementary school. When we walked inside the elementary school there were very few lights, and the walls were cement. Luckily it was very sunny outside so it wasn't dark inside the school. Our group then walked into a first grade classroom, as soon as I stepped inside the students reminded me of my third grade students at Prince Hall Elementary School. The only thing that was different was ...

Vedado, Santeria, Socialism and Jazz

A travel blog entry by davenpod


... wow”) across from Havana Libre Hotel, the old pre-Castro Havana Hilton.

Back at our “cruise ship” hotel Parque Central, we were treated to a poolside Cuban fashion show.

After that, we walked to a fantastic paladar La Terrazza right behind our hotel. The Spanish chef specializes in meat, chicken and fish on the grill. We dined al fresco overlooking the Prado in a truly romantic setting. The food was superb, and the service very ...

This place looks amazing

A travel blog entry by offexploring


... the Habana BusTour, CUC$4 per day), leaving from the Parque Central with one route to the Plaza de la Revolución and the other out to the Playas del Este.


More leisurely than taking the bus is to hire a bicitaxi (bicycle taxi) for short journeys. Beware of scams as bicitaxis are banned from certain parts of the city and they risk a large fine if caught, so they are likely to charge you over the odds to make it worthwhile.



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This hotel, located on Calle I #456 apto.11 between 21 & 23, Havana, is near Old Havana, Plaza de la Revolution, Universidad de la Habana, and Museum of Decorative Arts.
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