Cubanacan Boutique Chateau Miramar
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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Looking at all the tourists that were in the immigration queues I could already tell that Cuba is now really open to tourism. Entering wasn't an issue then. I was really exciting, a friend of mine told me many things about Cuba so I arrived there with good tips, idea of places to visit, tricks to live like a local, sweet!
I knew that it was 2 currency in Cuba, one for tourists, the CUC (that they often call it dollar) similar value as the US dollars and the ...
Havana is one of the most beautiful and architecturally diverse cities in the world. Its architecture mirrors its rich social and political history from the graceful colonial and baroque period to modern brutal tower blocks.
During the first decades of the 20th Century Havana expanded more rapidly than at any time during its history. Great wealth prompted architectural styles to be influenced from abroad.
The peak of Neoclassicism ...
... lovely. I am served prawns (having said I will eat anything this morning) and there is frijoles, salad, veges,bread and fruit salad. Drinks cost extra and so I have a beer. The meal price varies according to the main you ask for or get. Mine happened to be the priciest at 10CUC and beer1.50 CUC. However it was delicious.During dinner I met other travellers staying here, 5 Germans and a Sth Korean gent who all had been here a few days. With the super fast help of Elsa ...
... apartment has a lift which is very upmarket, even has a lady operating it during the day, which is odd as only 6 floors, not big and all residents. All the walls are painted different colours and floors are terrazzo. Heavy metal entrance doors which seems weird. music is everywhere along with bike taxis, old cars, people and hardly any dogs. We can walk everywhere but ...
... guides whistling at you and trying to sell something - difficult to trust that people are genuinely nice. Many times it ends with requests for money - watch where you step. Dog poo everywhere... Tips: Food: If you like spicy, maybe bring along your own bottle of salsa picante to meals. Money: check/ figure out how you will manage money / transfer while travelling. We had big issues with SMS authentication codes when trying to internet transfer between banks! ...