Hostal Convent Santa Brigida

Address: Historic Centre, Havana, Cuba | Hostel
 
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      Importing Ebola?

      A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Nov 04, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... museum. There are cafés, restaurants, hotels but very few shops. Buildings are in various stages of renovation or crumbling. The streets are clean and there is no graffiti.

      We are given the opportunity to stop and sit in a government owned and operated bar. BR has a glass of white wine and I order a cerveza as we avoid ice cubes. Both are cold and tasty. When the bill comes, it is for four CuCs: the equivalent of four U.S. dollars. Four. Our ...

      Visit to Cojimar and Ernest Hemingway's home

      A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Jun 20, 2014

      51 photos

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      We took a taxi home, and went back to our casa particular to wash up and rest until dinner time. Since Alexander was not feeling well, Manfred, Sheila and I went to Le Templete for dinner one block away from Plaza Armas. When we ...

      CUBA - THE LAND OF RUM & CIGARS

      A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 18, 2014

      60 photos

      ... them, but sadly they were on their way to the airport as their time in Cuba was over. They shared some great tips with us and told us some fantastic stories about their week in the vibrant country and then they were off. Havana was a concrete jungle of crumbling old buildings, that gave everything an even more distressed poverty look. The smells in the street went from seriously delicious to vile in a matter of seconds. The men surprised us the most they were extremely feminine ...

      The Forbidden Island

      A travel blog entry by themooners on May 20, 2013

      71 photos

      ... hamburger or so they say) which actually gets pretty fancy when they add ham, cheese and a split hot dog aka Hambergesa Especial. It's quite good actually. The other options are restaurants where well off Cubans and tourist eat.

      CUC vs Nationales:

      The Cuban currency is split into two forms which makes things 'interesting'. Nationales also called the Cuban peso is the currency the locals use. It's used mainly for food stuffs and the ...

      About Cubans

      A travel blog entry by gboue on Mar 24, 2013

      7 photos

      Every person we met was friendly, courteous, and strikingly giving, even though most have so little. We experienced relatives and old family friends whose meager living standard does not create a sense of bitterness or despair. Maybe it's from doing it for so long. Or maybe it’s that discontent (especially toward the government) can get you in trouble. Or maybe it’s the joie de vivre that defines the Cuban ...