Casa Aleida

Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Havana

Havana

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Sep 16, 2014

35 photos

... lightning silhouetting the Central Havana skyline.

Sunday September 21, 2.45pm
Room 735, Iberostar Parque Central Hotel, Havana
Didn’t get out of bed until 9.30 so just in time for my now customary breakfast of two fried eggs and some of the delicious Cuban bacon - they cook it soft, not crunchy, which is the way I like it. Asked Lazaro at the concierge desk (we’re on first name terms now since he gave me some great restaurant and bar recommendations) ...

Re-discovered Old Havana

A travel blog entry by dogtravelers2 on Apr 22, 2014

6 photos

... br> Enjoyed lunch at a local restaurant.

This afternoon, visited the Vocal Leo, a group of 14 talented singers who perform under the direction of Corina Campos, general and musical director of this unique, award-winning group known internationally for its distinctive interpretation of choral music. The group is named for ...

Final (Cuban) Port of Call

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Jan 07, 2014

1 photo

... to Cathedral Square for a group farewell drink. We sat in the same restaurant I'd visited two weeks prior and sipped and nibbled as the heavens opened for our first rain in over a week. Before heading home three of us popped round the corner to the, apparently famous, La Bodeguita Del Medio mojito bar. The mojitos weren't as impressive as we'd hoped, but the ropa vieja (old clothes) was tasty and the vast array of photos on the wall ...

Welcome to Cuba

A travel blog entry by steffen102 on Jul 21, 2013

24 photos

... shirts and other apparel showing US flags. I even saw some people run around with US Army t-shirts and base caps. On the other side of the huge alley passing the Plaza de la Revolucion, we saw Havana’s tallest building, a giant statue of Josť Marti with a viewing platform at the top (about 130m above ground). Unfortunately it was Sunday when we walked by and the museum and viewing platform was closed. So we’ll have to come again when we are back in Havana at the end of our ...

Emotional Roller Coaster

A travel blog entry by gboue on Mar 29, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... He composes himself and starts trying to catch-up on all he’s missed. I’m casually communicating with two family members thousands of miles apart.

I hear a pause and he says, “El esta ahi”? (“Is he there”?). I immediately knew it was his dad whom he also had not spoken to for 12 years. I think I just froze for a moment.

Carlos starts to cry, gets composed and says to his dad, “Yo pense que mas nunca te hiba ...