Residencias Miramar

4403 7 Ave., entre 44 y 46, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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Hmm... Havana...

A travel blog entry by maroline


... lessons, buying authentic cigars, are 9.5 times out of 10, unfortunately a hoax. Our initial experience of Havana was unlike any other place we've been to, for good and not so good reasons. But our casa was lovely and the food was amazing, and so cheap. I really enjoyed the history and the old town. Tomorrow we move onto Vinales, in the Pinar del Rio region. Tobacco country! Mario is readying his bag for all his prospective cigars ...

Day 23

A travel blog entry by timbman


... hanging about just about every corner! We walk to the harbour entrance and sit for a bit before a local walks past and sparks up a conversation. Before we know it, we are told where to drink, where to buy cigars..... There does seem to be a shortage of bars/restaurants without them feeling touristy. It is too expensive for locals to eat/drink out so we eat at the hotel (very swish by the ...

Lao-rren y Hair-emy.

A travel blog entry by lkjba


... writes and more. It's hard to nail the true feeling of Cuba just in writing without the smells, humid air, honking horns, sounds of old cars rumbling down poorly kept streets and more. Our host lives in a neighborhood called 'barrio hueso' it's easily walkable the touristy old Havana, sea walk "malecón", and fancier neighborhood of vedado. On Saturday evening after five to six hours of walking, museum-ing, exploring ...

Emotional Roller Coaster

A travel blog entry by gboue


... my dad as children was captivating and I found myself day-dreaming in some of the stories (see Friends, Family and Random Strangers). My father passed away seven years ago and I still think about him quite a bit. But now I was thinking about him, my mom, my sister, other family now in Miami, and also about ME every day. Had my parents not sought political asylum, my life would have taken a radically different path. I would not have the family I started in NY or met all the ...

Leaving Cuba

A travel blog entry by muzbec


... of socialism. It’s still there of course, in a weird, misconstrued kind of way. For example; Victor can set the price of his rooms to whatever he likes, however the tax collected by the government on his rooms is always the same. This means that a casa particular trading in the dead center of old Havana pays the same amount (not percentage) of tax per room as one 3 kilometers out. And this used to have to be paid at the same time every month; and you pay ...


This hotel, located on 4403 7 Ave., entre 44 y 46, Havana, is near Cementerio de Colon, San Pedro de la Roca del Morro Castle, Céspedes Park, and La Gran Piedra (The Big Rock).
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