Hostal Convent Santa Brigida
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... central parque (for Paul this is a we must come here again place)
... us clear of cracks (similar to what we might find at home) and holes (pits, really, which would be guaranteed to deliver a lawsuit in the U.S.)
I am delighted with the day, ebullient about being Ebola free, satisfied that Big Brother is watching but not interfering and happy to be in a new place learning new things with BR at my side. Life is good for BR and me. Cubans might see it differently or they might agree. What is clear: our expectations are seemingly very ...
... by a lively Q and A.
Dinner is at Castropol, an attractive restaurant located between our hotel and the Old City. We start with mojitos, and follow with malangas, small pieces of deep-fried root vegetable served with duck sauce, grilled fish with pesto and for dessert, cheese cake all accompanied by a glass of very nice Chilean savignon blanc. Going back to the hotel, we drive along the Malecon, at 10 PM crowded with ...
... at a government store (which is supposed to be cheaper) for $35 CUCs.
... it too).
- Getting shared taxis to travel around Cuba is cheaper for tourists than using the official (tourist)buses (called Viazul). Getting back to Habana on my last day was awesome. I got smashed with some locals (who were on their way to the German Embassy to get a visa to visit their 25-year older "girlfriends") so I arrived in Habana drunk. They seemed to have money, I never had to pay for the drinks (they insisted).