Convento de Santa Clara

Address: Calle de Cuba 610, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle de Cuba 610, Havana, is near Cajo Levissa, Chinatown, Casa De La Obrapia, and Convento De Santa Clara.
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        Travel Blogs from Havana

        Old is gold

        A travel blog entry by ayc17 on May 26, 2015

        ... market were things for sale include fidel Castro hats, Cuban flags etc which is good for a wander. One of the most famous places to visit here is the plaza de la revolution, where Fidel gave his famous speech in front of nearly a million citizens, the building he spoke from has a massive silhouette of his face on the side, and the adjacent building has one of Che Guevara. I'm enjoying exploring these kind of ...

        Fly me to Havana & the Cuban Socialist Experiment

        A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Feb 22, 2015

        1 comment, 24 photos

        ... City - reminded of how difficult 3rd world cities are with a huge building programme of new sky scrapers, business development,traffic chaos, exhaust fumes, all the messy issues that at least bring developing prosperity to their people.
        Now back home, with a new boiler to get our central heating working again and to keep us warm, to reflect on our time in the sun!
        We haven't mentioned the train ride from Trinidad through the valley where the sugar cane was grown. ...

        Week 21: Havana & Trinidad, Cuba

        A travel blog entry by mitchandsally on Aug 26, 2014

        1 comment, 36 photos

        ... the family that owned it fled to the US) for great views over Havana, we returned to our casa to wait for our transfer to Trinidad. We arrived at our new casa late in the evening and couldn't refuse the offer of a complimentary mojito and a home cooked meal before bed. On our first morning in Trinidad we set off to explore the town (all in pretty easy walking distance thankfully) and visited the Bandit Museum to climb the bell tower for a view over the town. We spent the afternoon ...


        A travel blog entry by fourontour on Jul 05, 2014

        15 photos

        ... aircon!). This is Havana's oldest hotel - it's doors opened in 1856. The Neo Classical exterior gives no hint of the Moorish interior you encounter when you walk through the door. Awesome bar! The humidity does become oppressive, so the pool has been a welcome respite. It is a shame that the staff haven't realised that if they actually offer people drinks poolside they may actually pick up more tips! Had a nice dinner in the top floor restaurant at the hotel. Great views, but almost ...

        One last time in Havana

        A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on Apr 12, 2014

        1 comment, 8 photos

        ... sport). The most famous we were able to recognise was Alberto Korda, he is the guy that took the most famous photo of Che Guevara, you know the one, he's on hundreds of t-shirts and memorabilia. Turns out, he never got any payment for the photo, although he did sue Smirnoff for trying to use the image for advertising, he then donated the settlement of $50k to the Cuban healthcare system.

        We ...