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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... drapes only open if the occupant wins the fight with the rollers and hooks. We have been warned to use bottled water for tooth brushing. The electrical outlet in the sitting room doesn't work. On the other hand, the hair dryer is excellent. Maid service is very good. We received this handwritten note, in English, when we returned to our room last night: “Hello!! Dear Guest: Good Morning. Welcome to our Hotel. I wish you a nice stay ...
... A lot of people sit on the side of the road here playing chess. I guess it’s a good way to keep your mind active and not have to move in this ridiculous heat. I made my way back toward the city center down the Casa de las Americas. I really love the old buildings that are here. I can only imagine what this place will look like in 15-20 years if America opens up it’s border to Cuba. If they get a large amount of ...
... to be there when La Cabana was hosting the International Book Fair, an annual event that Havana hosts every February. The open spaces of the fortress were filled with booksellers stalls, as well as public displays sent by many Latin American countries to demonstrate their culture and literature.
Afterwards, we headed out into the countryside to visit Finca Vigia. This was the cottage ...
... beautiful beaches which we hope to check out on our next trip to Cuba (one day...).
Unfortunately our fly-by Cuban holiday was nearing an end so after a quick walk to the John Lennon park on the Tuesday morning, we made our way to the airport in an old-school taxi. Upon arrival at the airport we, along with the rest of our flight, discovered our plane was delayed by ten hours. This turned out to be a blessing in disguise as the airline organised an afternoon at a four-star ...
... pounds of Cuban coffee with us to give away.
The cynic in me wondered if the openness was from a want of knowledge in a system that controls information or because they figured we might give them money (which we did). There’s probably a little of both, but I felt a genuine connection with just about everyone we met. The smiles and looks in their eyes told me it was heartfelt, and that made me proud of my ...