Cubanacan Boutique Chateau Miramar
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- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Kids pool
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... a lot and lot of old apartment buildings… most of them waiting to be renovated, you wonder that the balconies still hold out: a lot of houses get renovated here in Cuba, but the apartment buildings renovation is up to the people – who don’t have money to do it
... in Venezuela, which gives Cuba heavily subsidized oil. Officials in Havana, fearing that Venezuela could cut its aid, have taken significant steps to liberalize and diversify the island’s tightly controlled economy.
They have begun allowing citizens to take private-sector jobs and own property. This spring, Cuba’s National Assembly passed ...
... I think it was designed to accommodate 20! Anything remotely associated with the Revolution is on display. Went to the Capitol building (shrouded in scaffolding), it is nice, and does look like the Washington, D.C. one. It is reportedly taller than the one in DC. Someone on the street today waiting for a bus called out "Hey, Hemmingway!" They were referring to an unshaven Pete, who indeed did look a bit like Hemmingway (grey beard and all!) The pool at our hotel ...
... staring and wondering what on earth we were doing there. Daniella had promised to teach us to salsa a concept we were all truly excited about. As we danced and drank the night away in the back streets of Havana, I couldn't stop laughing. I stopped dancing and took a moment to watch two of the people I love the most dancing and smiling from ear to ear and a feeling of what could only be described as disbelief came over me. We'd somehow made it to the back streets of Cuba!!! Where ...
... American cars. Havana was originally a walled city defended by La Real Fuerza, the oldest fortress in the Americas. We drove along past all of this on our way to the Hotel Nacional de Cuba which is huge and beautiful....and old--overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. We were greeted with "Welcome Mojitos" while checking in and waiting for our luggage to get to our rooms.