Casa Aleida

Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Havana

Dirty Havana Trilogy

A travel blog entry by julian-sarah on Jul 09, 2014

2 comments, 99 photos

To those that follow! As mentioned in my previous entry, whilst I was a student I spent a semester studying in Canada. At the end of the semester my Mum came to visit, and we decided to spend a week relaxing in Cuba before travelling across Canada. We bought an North American style 'all inclusive vacation' package at a resort in Cuba on Cayo Santa Maria, a tiny island nearby Santa Clara. Mum wanted to see more of Cuba than the all inclusive resort, so we hired a driver ...

Yodelkis and Family

A travel blog entry by gracetravels22 on Jan 06, 2014

... 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 ...

Back to Havana for the final time

A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Sep 07, 2013

7 photos

Saturday 7 September A very itchy night. All our work in covering up wasn't as successful as hoped and we have been eaten alive. Very, very itchy. A 5 hour drive back on a much better road. Got scammed at a roadside place for lunch - paid 3 times too much. Very annoying especially as I had asked to see the menu. Staying at a different Casa which is very good. Out with Mick to o a bit of bar hopping. Lots of fun. We showed him our favorite bar and then ...

Cuba – some facts for the visitor on Day 1

A travel blog entry by cookcorn on May 13, 2013


... for $80. Proper visas would have cost $240.

On the plane we were handed yet more forms to fill in – customs and immigration which are still with our passports today, I wonder if they’ll look at them on the way out? The moment you walk off the plane and into the baggage collection area at Havana airport you know you are in a state-run country. The number of officials in uniforms, albeit very short-skirted ones is ...


A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Jan 27, 2013

16 photos

... woman. The setting, the building and the food were indeed divine. The food was delicious and the wine the best yet. Being Sunday it was very busy with locals and after lunch we toured the organic farm adjacent to the restaurant. Seven people work the farm and supply all of the produce for the restaurant.