Casa Aleida

Address: Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Havana

Private Restaurants? Well...

A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Nov 05, 2014

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... In the lobby of the synagogue is a photograph of Adela with Fidel Castro whom she has twice met. The government has had only good relations with Jews here; on that point, all agree.

Finally we head back to the Melić Cohiba for two hours of relaxation before meeting in the hotel lobby for a 7:15 departure to dinner.

Again, I try to get business email. Researching my lack of success, I find this message from my friends ...

I've made it to Cuba!

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Jul 16, 2014

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... from immigration or customs coming through this border, especially as a British citizen who also holds an American passport. The queue took quite a while to get through at immigration, but when I got up to the window, it took two minutes. I wasn’t asked any questions, and just passed straight through. I also thought I was going to get held up at customs, but they just let me walk straight through. I’d read something on a travel forum about ...

Touring Cuba

A travel blog entry by unabearpark on Mar 29, 2014

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... then spent a couple of days travelling the length of the country from Santiago in the south east up to Vinales in the north west, breaking the journey in Santa Clara to visit the Che Guevara monument, museum and mausoleum, alongside primary school children who are introduced to their national hero at the earliest opportunity. The Vinales Valley is wedged into the Sierra de Los Organos mountain range, has dramatic rocky outcrops, limestone cliffs and tobacco plantations. Here we ...

The Last Bastion of Socialism

A travel blog entry by peterndolly on Oct 01, 2013

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... the best in Cuba. The tour culminated with a small sample of the 7 year old rum neat - fortunately this was not to Dolly's palate so I HAD to finish both. We then had rum to pack into our ever expanding baggage.
We finished the day watching the firing of the battery, a single canon at the old fort, at 21.00hours. This happens every day and is to signify the time when the city gate to the old walled city was closed. The soldiers wear old Spanish style uniforms and follow ...

Havana. One more time, with feeling!

A travel blog entry by themooners on May 28, 2013

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... to try to make it on a local bus and then walk the rest of the way to the airport from there. Only gov't sanctioned taxis can take you to the airport. Dulce would have none of it. She refused to let Ras pay for her last night so she would have money to safely make it to the airport. That is the kind of people you will meet in Cuba.

When we left for Cuba Ras gave us a letter to take to Dulce should we decide to stay there. Dulce's CP was our last ...