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... looking Iglesias de San Francisco de Paula – which is actually today a concert hall
... the world. Mr. Obama should seize this opportunity to end a long era of enmity and help a population that has suffered enormously since Washington ended diplomatic relations in 1961, two years after Fidel Castro assumed power.
In recent years, a devastated economy has forced Cuba to make reforms — a process that has gained urgency with the ...
... lots of propaganda. It is great to get the 'Cuban' side of the last 100 years of history though. The majority of signs on the exhibits have commentary in both Spanish and English. I am unconvinced about the role of many parties in the revolution of 1959. Sure, Fidel and Che Guevara are heroes here, but I have questions about many things, - which is good! They have a separate area for the Granma, the boat on which 82 Revolutionaries traveled from Mexico to ...
... different perspectives. I love having the opportunity to learn about the different ways people look at the same event/situation.
There was a 3-hour bus ride to Havana after leaving Giron. Driving in to Havana was a whole new experience! Cuba is a country of 11 million people; 3 million of them live here in Havana. The vast majority of the vehicles are vintage ...
... your eyes open for an upcoming LEAF! Our last night of the trip was spent in Santa Clara – ‘Che’s city’ – but it was raining non-stop for the whole time there so we had to just hang around the hotel, although the outdoor pool was open 24 hours so we had a fun 1 am swim.
It was the most time I’ve spent away from Habana yet, and it was very nice to come back ‘home’. Habana has become very close to my ...