Carrusel Bello Caribe

Calle 158 esq. a 31, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Havana

Chapter Fifteen - Havana. Part 1

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jun 09, 2014

1 comment, 40 photos

... township protected by the city walls, Havana Central, a mostly dilapidated area dating from the 19th and early 20th century and the more modern Vedado residential area, where our hotel is located. Further west past the Almedares River tunnels are the swanky Miramar and Playa residential districts.

We'll tour through all the Havana districts in this visit.





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The land of the "free" - La Habana

A travel blog entry by mcdermk7 on Feb 14, 2014

... process. They gave us a sample cigar as a souvenir and Michele also picked up a few more for her dad.
Back in the car again, it was a short ride to our next stop- Vinales Valleys. We stopped at this tourist spot where we paid a few CUCs to view the valleys and enjoy a short boat ride through the caves.

Here we also saw how sugar is extracted from sugar cane and sampled a drink which it was used in. We strolled amongst the market stalls and a few novelty bits ...

La Habana City Tour

A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Oct 23, 2013

24 photos

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  • Here's an idea of the CUC and income in Cuba. I exchanged $300 pesos and received 22 CUCs. One CUC is equal to 25 Cuban pesos. A doctor gets paid the equivalent (but in pesos) of 40 CUCs per month. A teacher is paid 20 CUCs per month. Our guide explains that is one main thing the people hope for with Raul's new regime: better salary. Clothing and extra food and toiletries (because the free rations run out) are very expensive. For example, our guide's tennis shoes ...

  • Great friends + Mojitos + Salsa

    A travel blog entry by pablo_salma on Oct 05, 2013

    20 photos

    ... structure means that the local bus driver gets paid the same as a doctor (average of $20 per month). I’m sure on paper there are so many positive aspects of this way of life when compared to democracy; free food, housing, health care and education. But the more time we spent observing the dilapidated buildings and chatting to locals about their sinking economy, we soon realised that this is a country in need of drastic change.

    So ...

    Back to the myth

    A travel blog entry by chahan on Jun 21, 2012

    38 photos

    ... buy a women only band, very good. Many of us dance. At one point, I want to go outside to relax a bit and cool down. But as soon as I open the door a wave of heat hits me. Inside its so much better with the air conditionning (it is still probably around 30Celcius). When it closes around 3 we go to the disco " La maison". We have some fun with reggeaton and co. Again, all young ladies are hookers and the others foreigners. Outside, there is a pool, and around 4:30 we are tired ...