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... belt at all times and hold my bag in front of me. This casa is in centro Havana and an easy walk to the waterfront Malecon which is the famous 8km long waterfront of the postcards. It seems the whole place is either falling apart, has fallen or is in some areas being rebuilt. There is a massive restoration project for old Havana buildings but clearly there are so many other less historically important and impressive but still magnificent buldings that will not be restored ...
... about some amazing and cheap restaurants we can be hooked up with... Our shout for drinks at the end of all of that!! We returned to the same cafe (on cnr at right of entrance arch to Chinatown - avoid!) later for food as the menu looked decent and cheap. Unfortunately we were informed the menu on the wall (next to the service window!) was for the food stand out front which was closed (obviously), so we were handed a menu which was strikingly similar with ...
... people still do not pay for their houses, the property is passed on from generation to generation). The Americans were forced to leave the island, leaving everything behind, including the now so famous classic cars that drive the streets. After the revolution in 1959, the cold war in the 60's was an important chapter in global history. Cuba found its partner with the Soviet Union and for the next decades it was provided with oil, cars, food, ...
... missiles. The third site we get to see is the San Julian airfield where the photo of the IL-bomber crates was taken. The last place we will visit is where the photo of Soviet ships loading missiles to return them to the USSR at the main Mariel port facility. I am super excited to see all of these places and be able to imagine what took place here and what it meant to our country at the time.
-Jennifer Palmer ...
... the next day so when we got back to the casa we organized a car to get us to the airport.
I remember we were looking forward to getting out of Cuba, it had been a big month of education & adventure. The confusion that is Cuba was ***********template & we know now that its best not to think too hard about it.
Cuba, in many ways was unforgettable, but now it was time to move on to Mexico.
Back in the real world now.
Brent & ...
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