Hostal Conde de Villanueva
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... of Habana Libre to pick up a few souvenirs.
-Returned for dinner
-Cheryl led the devotional
-Due to the early wake up time, I fell asleep very early.
Sunday, June 21:
-Breakfast at 8:30 a.m.
-Attended Church at San Miguel Pedron's church, Iglesia Principe De Paz at 11a.m.; invited upstairs for food and drink after the service
-Shopping at The Market from 3:00 until 6:00 p.m.; met and talked to many interesting people
... of eerie
... with the slow speeds. Ugh.
After a quick breakfast we were back on the bus and headed for the United Hebrew Congregation Centro Macabeo of Cuba—the Jewish Cemetery for Havana. There we visit graves and donate for their rehabilitation and upkeep.
Then we're off to the home of Ernest Hemingway. They tell us of his time in Havana (they say he wrote "The Old Man and the Sea" while here) and I ...
... is dressed nicely, there are no ghettos/slums or homeless people and everyone is either chubby or muscly. I even saw a few people with iPhones. I suppose that's the idea behind communism, keep everyone at the same ****** level just below the poverty line or if that's not suffice you can challenge the Castro regime and get a bullet in the head. Overall Cuba is a fairly expensive place to be for tourists. Something Sarah didn't mention is that there is two ...
... instructors” to satisfy the crush of American travelers. Perhaps Cuba would consider a more stringent visa system on their end in the years to come?
Following our lecture, we journeyed west of Havana to the province of Pinar del Rio to spend the rest of the day at Las Terrazas. In the hills of the Sierra del Rosario, Las Terrazas is a UNESCO-designated biosphere that is home to a small, self-reliant rural colony. In the ...