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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... there aren't massive amounts of tourists and even less local sellers and vendors trying to flog overpriced ****, if anything finding local cafes means you end up paying a few dollars for a massive dinner! One evening we ended up seeing a show at the hotel nacional, which was 2 hours of Cuban/Latin entertainment and was very interesting for the suggestive dances alone. Photos: Cuba ...
... t mentioned the extraordinary motorway through Cuba - up to 4 lanes each way, and no traffic! We've shown you photos of swimming pools - but they were almost all freezing cold! The tremendous thunderstorm that greeted us as we arrived back in Mexico City. We haven't told you about our historic hotel in Havana - where Graham Greene set 'Our Man in Havana' and where Al Capone booked the whole 6th floor for a mafia get together!
Looking forward to seeing friends and family again.
... of them in any area that attracts tourists. We have watched some of the World Cup games with the staff at our hotel. They have a TV set up in the bar area and a few of the locals pop in as well. Seems odd being able to watch them during the day rather than getting up odd hours through the night/ early morning! Monday. We visited the Castillo de la Real Fuerza, one of the oldest existing forts in the Americas, built in the 1500's. It has a moat and a ...
... night, I paid for the accomodation and arranged a taxi for 6 am the next morning to go to the airport. Early start :-(.
Fortunately this time everything in regards to customs and immigration clearance went much smoother and only took me a few minutes. There were no unnecessary and ridiculous questions, besides the mandatory 25 CUC (= USD) departure fee that every person leaving Cuba has to pay.
So I was now on my way to Toronto, Canada, where my American host family ...
... 26th of July's assault on Old Havana, and now shone in the sun as a beacon of the Revolution’s proclaimed success. We waited in the entrance of the museum for Leysel, our tour guide, to sort out the ticketing required for our group’s entry. While we stood, some of us made our way around a bend and caught a glimpse of a cartoonish and satirical presentation of some past US presidents and of Fulgencio Batista, Cuba’s ...