El Comendador Boutique Hotel Havana
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... couple of months back it's been a lot easier. Today should be easiest of all as I was intending to throw away a lot of my beaten up clothes. The Road, and foreign laundrets are not kind. But the The Road has been far from kind to my body either, so I'll need as many old skanky t-shirts as I can get my hands on for when I re-hit the gym. The one thing that's already said goodbye is my swimming shorts. They are a state. They shouldn't ...
... bici” (bicycle) taxi ride. That night we had booked a rooftop terrace restaurant for Al’s birthday and to see in the New Year. Whilst the food was average at best with a memorable soup that tasted like flour, the atmosphere was great with everyone getting up after dinner for a boogie including some of the waiters and waitresses and a congo line was rapidly formed! Heading down to Café Paris after midnight which had become our local, it was going off with people lining ...
... successful attempt with a few others including Che Guevara, a doctor from Argentina. Cuba was a very unequal social when Fidel took over and in his defense, over 50 years, 99.8 percent of Cubans are educated. There are 70,000 doctors in Cuba, by comparison only 50,000 in the whole of Africa. Free education and health care, the best in the world. Perhaps however the time for change is approaching. Although the signs say, "Todos Los cambios para mas Socialismo", all the changes ...
... the whole discrimination thing is very much dead there. The integration between black and white runs so deep through society and the African influence is so important for so much of Cuba's culture, that black vs white was a complete non-issue. It was really interesting. And… the cultural mixing has resulted in a lot of very attractive Cubans. Scott and I were both really amazed at how attractive so many of them were.
In 1898 Cuba was ...
... The same architect who designed the Breakers in Palm Beach, FL designed the hotel. There was a strong partnership with Spain and most of the tiles came from Seville, and they are gorgeous. In 1929-30 it cost $7 million to build. It is a national historic site and the government runs it, as it runs most hotels in Cuba. We visited the bunkers on-site from the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962. Estela was in the bunkers during the Crisis at age 18 ...
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