Armadores de Santander
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Hot tub
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
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... cooler then the rest of the city so it is a pretty obvious to hang out until the temperature drops enough so it is easier to sleep. We were approach a just few times, mainly to sell us cigar or tours. One evening a reasonably well dressed young man approach us to have a conversation , telling us where to go at night,that eventually, lead to how hard his mother is working, etc...... Any way we give him some money, and he said that is not enough for a Mojito at the ...
... booking. (Internet facilities are few and far between and wifi is out is the question). At this point we had the whole hotel involved as to where our booking was only to find it has been cancelled in Ireland!! We decided it was time to brave a casa, a private home offering rooms at cheap prices. The hotel booked us into a local casa, that we hadn't seen and 10 minutes later the casa señorita's son arrived to take us there. In the meantime Tony went around the corner ...
... working ever since.
Next, we had a wonderful tour of the National Museum of Fine Arts from our docent Laura. The museum’s collections are housed at two separate sites—we explored the building dedicated entirely to Cuban art. A few of the highlights of our tour included RenÚ Portocarrero and Wilfredo Lam. I was wholly impressed by the freedom of expression exhibited, especially in the modern ...
... time in Havana, Andy and I had a few things planned despite packing our luggage. We wanted to get to the top of the JosÚ Marti memorial to get a good view over the city, check out the view from the colonial fortresses on the other side of the Bay of Havana and go to the revolution museum. Whereas a friend of mine from home had recommended not to waste our time on the Museo de la revolucion because in her opinion there wasn't anything to
see, we had changed our mind since ...
... the end of the road, we explored La Plaza de Armas where street musicians played Guantanamera, a catchy tune that many of us found ourselves humming throughout the remainder of the trip. In addition to the street musicians, there were many Cubans dressed up in colorful garb who would take pictures with tourists for a couple CUC. Beyond La Plaza were the remnants of an old fort that had been built to protect the people of Havana from ...