Cubanacan Boutique Chateau Miramar
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- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Kids pool
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... like you where in the 1930's. We went in to the hotel plaza and had our first mojito it was so good and not that expensive about 20kr. Then we carry on see people men and women smoking big cigars. Find a bar and had a few beers I saw that a bottle of Havana club rum cost 4 U.S. Dollar I knew then that this was going be a good country for me and julia :). We heard back and went ...
... as hard as it seems, they had to. The have and have nots sit side by side. We were at the patio of Hotel Inglaterra one of the oldest hotels in Havana listening to a salsa band, and just on the other side of the potted plant was a homeless man listening to the same band having his left over meal kindly given to him by someone. Then you have the Napoleonic Museum, with 8000 pieces, books, clothes, paintings armour all belonging or related to Napoleon. Mostly owned by one man ...
... Fidel’s brother Raul Castro, has said he will hold elections in 2018… As my taxi driver said "it will bring BIG change to Cuba".
I know it is clichéd, but the 50’s cars are amazing. From beaten up and smoking to chrome so shiny you could shave off it – Chevys, Caddy’s, Pontiacs, Dodges, Buicks, Plymouths and Ladas ;-). I ordered a cab through a local contact (see below) and had ...
... staple ingredient, chicken, fish, shrimp and occasionally pork along with fresh fruit. No one worked which was weird and they also had a cleaning lady?? In Trinidad everyone seems to have thick gold necklaces, no children begging but all other ages. So different to vinales and especially the begging in havana. So we left from Trinidad and thought we,d have 2nights in a hotel in varadero in an all inclusive resort. Six hour ...
... I think I would go back, if we ever got a crew together for a climbing trip wed defonately have a blast, a good mix of tourism and culture with good climbing, thats still being discovered by a growing crew of cuban climbers. For those that are interested, february 2014 will be the fifth annual cuban climbing festival, where yarobi and others will equip a whole new sector and have a competition in the holguin province. Until next time blog fans!