Casa Jorge Coalla Potts
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- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Microwave in room
- Babysitting service
- Refrigerator in room
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... cities that played a massive role during the Cuban Revolution. Being a fan of Che Gueverra, I wanted to learn his struggle and the in-depth story of the revolution that has defined Cuba of what it is today.
HAVANA to SANTIAGO DE CUBA to BARACOA back to SANTIAGO DE CUBA to CAMAGUEY to TRINIDAD to SANTA CLARA and back to HAVANA. This was a preview of my two week itinerary and knowing I was to visit this many cities gave me goosebumps as they are ...
... 25 times the price Cubans pay. Tourists pay in CUC and there is a notorious shortage of coins less than 1 CUC (US $1), so you also tip for at least a flat CUC.
Looking onto the street from our rooftop in the evening is quite interesting. People sit on stoops, chatting. Sometimes they have drinks that are bought at a place that is out of sight. Then all of a sudden the congregation ends and everyone leaves in his own direction: they have been ...
... bici” (bicycle) taxi ride. That night we had booked a rooftop terrace restaurant for Al’s birthday and to see in the New Year. Whilst the food was average at best with a memorable soup that tasted like flour, the atmosphere was great with everyone getting up after dinner for a boogie including some of the waiters and waitresses and a congo line was rapidly formed! Heading down to Café Paris after midnight which had become our local, it was going off with people lining ...
... which made it really interesting. I was way out of my comfort zone when I first got here, but feel much more comfortable now, if not for the sweltering heat, and constant sweating. I wouldn’t be in a huge hurry to come back here to Havana, but I’m really glad I saw it. I’m off to Bogota, Colombia tomorrow where I will touch South America for the first time, my sixth ...
... the old Havana (Havana viejo) is a scene out of the cuban travel photos in the guide books but more confronting. We deposit the couple to the centro hotel and then the driver is not sure of how to get me to my casa accommodation. Another man from the street hops in an directs him a few streets away.Relieved I see the hostal Peregrino sign and pay the driver. The helper man asks for money too as he helped.I decline smilingly. Up to the second floor and behind the ...