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... majority of Cuban-Americans in Miami now oppose the embargo. A significant majority of them favor restoring diplomatic ties, mirroring the views of other Americans.
The Obama administration in 2009 took important steps to ease the embargo, a patchwork of laws and policies, making it easier for Cubans in the United States to send remittances to ...
... the most captivating city I have ever been to. The reason being is Havana does not attempt to capitalise on the expectations people have of her or Cuba more broadly. Her buildings are not decaying and falling down so that tourists like Jules and I have endless opportunities to take artsy photos nor are the 1950s American cars being driven around in order to add character to her streets or provide a visual spectacle for tourists. Old Havana, known as Habana Vieja, is the ...
... the group in the base house for our city tour. The tour was two hours and we learned about old Havana. When the your finished, we tipped David and never saw him again. My mom and I walked to obisbo street and went to a chocolate store, and then a cadeca. Afterwards, we went to a restaurant nearby and waited a while to be seated. After seated, we placed our drink order with our waiter who did not talk. He left us when we asked ...
... checked against our bag. Our Casa particular is delightful. We have the ability to touch the ceiling in the bathroom with no effort at all. Wiring again is fantastic. Not an electric heater on the shower this time but lots previously all with dodgy wiring right by the shower head. A bit of a walk around in light rain before our final group dinner. Lovely Italian restaurant and great pasta and pizza. It is sad to pert from our new ...
... where he would spend his last few days of his month long trip, Nadine on the other hand had found a Cuban romance & was busy looking into how she could extend her visa so she could stay on in Cuba for a few extra weeks. So after enjoying our travel together it was time to bid farewell, & like all travel friends made we make promises to stay in touch on Facebook etc but we will most probably never meet again.
The only way we even contemplated ...