Cubanacan Boutique Chateau Miramar

Address: Ave. 1ra. e/ 60 y 70, Havana, 10 400, Cuba | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Ave. 1ra. e/ 60 y 70, Havana, is near Varadero Beach, Plaza de Armas, Josone Park, and Convention Center Plaza America.
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    Travel Blogs from Havana

    Havana, Cienfuegos, Trinidad and Santa Clara

    A travel blog entry by bminogue on Jun 18, 2015

    ... insightful and interesting however I was ready to get back to a country where I had wifi to be able to better plan my days and speak to friends and family at home. I've had friends most of the time here however I have definitely missed home and considered booking a flight. After reading through my lonely planet book for Central America I am excited for the next chapter of this trip to see a lot of wildlife, volcanoes, beaches and have hopefully some decent food ...

    Havana II

    A travel blog entry by raroboy on Jan 19, 2015

    121 photos

    ... street too… with a green walking area in the middle and lots and lots of statues… I think you could spend a whole day here and check out who’s there

  • Monument of Jose Miguel Gomez
  • Plaza de Revolution: now this is one important plaza with large metal pictures of Che and Cienfuegos… and we read the important words "Hasta la Victoria siempre." – “Always towards ...

  • Mr. Obama, Tear Down This Wall

    A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Nov 08, 2014

    12 photos

    ... Havana. “Joe,” a Spaniard named Jose Abreal y Otero arrived in Cuba in 1904 and found work as a waiter. He traveled to the U.S. and worked again as a barman in Florida. Returning to Cuba in 1916, he got a job at The Greasy Spoon café and later opened his own business: Sloppy. American businesspeople looking for a drink found him. Later, Joe bought a dirty warehouse on the corner of Animas and Zulueta Streets and opened his new bar there. ...

    Dirty Havana Trilogy

    A travel blog entry by julian-sarah on Jul 09, 2014

    2 comments, 99 photos

    ... going, don't put it off. It is worth every penny you'll spend in getting there plus a whole lot more. Love to all, Sarah Julian's corner: THEY WILL RRRRIP YOU OFF!!! Never in my life have I ever had to be such on my A-game when dealing with any sort of money exchange. Just a little tip for anyone that's thinking of going to Cuba, whenever you are getting change back no matter how good of a rapport you may think you have made, always calculate your bill (or get ...

    Havana

    A travel blog entry by fourontour on Jun 29, 2014

    10 photos

    ... 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 ...