Casa Jorge Coalla Potts
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... 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.
... didn’t allow US dollars and as a result created a secondary currency to be used by tourists called the Cuban Convertible Peso (a.k.a CUCs).
... of Havana. It cost about 5p, for both of us. Went to look around presidents walk. Saw a of few of Fidel's hangouts. Sure I've seen some of them on telly. Some good photo opportunities. So many people trying to befriend you, what's the scam! Found the best way to shake them is to say I'm from Wales. It well confuses them, which gives you a chance to run away. Tried to find a bar musica... No such luck. Sunday the best day apparently? Eventually got the night bus home which was ...
... i had that taken! Dee's already gone through the electrically locked door. Scary moments thinking what happens if i dont. stuck either side of immigration. The couple in front of us, had that dilemma, but we saw them on the other side, so happy endings. even after an hour waiting, we now wait for the luggage. more security searches and we're free...to queue for money. 2 long lines for changing your notes to CUC's as described on the internet. Shorter ...
... good price. Finally we took a "taxi" ride back with an older gentleman and Charles had a good conversation with him about Cuba-US relations (since I know French I'm able to understand most of the Spanish I hear but can't speak it very well). He (like every Cuban we met) hated the embargo and was disappointed in Obama as he hasn't done anything to change that. He said Cuban people love American people just not the American government ...