Hostal El Comendador

Address: Calle Obrapia 55, Havana, Cuba | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Calle Obrapia 55, Havana, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Havana

Summer 2014 Trip Recap (Latin American Version)

A travel blog entry by koppers on Jul 14, 2014

... coast of Cuba. It tends to get skipped over in favor of its more popular sibling, Trinidad (the next stop on our trip), but it is a little gem of a town. Cute as a button, though small (like Santa Clara), its lovely architecture and the awesome little festival we happened upon made up for its smallness in full. The 24 hours we spent there were most enjoyable and punctuated by a wonderful summer storm.

Monday, July 21st-Wednesday, July ...

Welcome To Touristy Cuba!

A travel blog entry by ebzh on Jun 21, 2014

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... 1 CUP, fresh juice of whatever for 2 CUP, and small egg sandwich for 5 CUP. If you wanna go crazy, individual pizza starts at 8 CUP, yep, $0.3 US. So I let you do the maths... ;)

Anyway, I was taking breakfast, still constantly looking at old guy faces to find that Juan. Guess what, who passed by, Mr Juan! Youhoo!

I bought him a coffee (ouch ;), discussed about my friend, my plans in Cuba, life, etc. A really sweet guy around 70 years old, still ...

Cuba, better late than never

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Mar 17, 2014

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... mistakes having been made in the efforts to make Cuba the socialist utopia Che planned. Next door is the 24 hour guarded boat that brought Che across to Cuba from Mexico for the revolution along with tanks and missiles used against the US.So a bit weary and by now 4.30pm I decide to do another lap on the bus which takes about 1.5hrs thinking this will be just right to get me back to the centre for dinner at 7pm. Also being sunny I wanted to see some of the sights in a different ...

Return to La Habana

A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Mar 01, 2014

38 photos

... and hummingbirds (the Cuban Emerald). It was good to slow down and really look at these beautiful birds. An unfortunate sight of a mourning dove in feathered pieces on the ground, being picked at by a turkey vulture, occasioned some discussion of hunting versus conservation. I asked why people would hunt these birds in a protected area—might they be hungry? Yoanis responded with an emphatic declaration, “No one in Cuba goes to bed without eating, ...

Havana- Cuba

A travel blog entry by ernievana on Sep 23, 2013

1 comment, 19 photos

... und sehen. Viele Dinge, die für uns selbstverständlich sind, sind hier nur schwer zu bekommen und für die Kubaner ist es sehr hart mit dieser Situation fertig zu werden, was dazu führt, dass sie mit allen Mitteln versuchen an Geld heranzukommen. Dies ist besonders auffällig in Havanna.

In Havanna nehme ich fünf Tage lang intensiven, privaten Tanzunterricht bei einem sehr guten kubanischen Tanzlehrer und gleichzeitig werden ...