Gran Caribe Hotel Inglaterra
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... the most captivating city I have ever been to. The reason being is Havana does not attempt to capitalise on the expectations people have of her or Cuba more broadly. Her buildings are not decaying and falling down so that tourists like Jules and I have endless opportunities to take artsy photos nor are the 1950s American cars being driven around in order to add character to her streets or provide a visual spectacle for tourists. Old Havana, known as Habana Vieja, is the ...
... up and we left to use the restroom and as we were leaving the guy called us over to let us know there was a computer. We went back and got on the computer. The browser took so long to use, that i sent only one email in the thirty minutes. We took a bici-taxi to cathedral square to meet up with the remains of our group. We sat at a bar and had dinner and drinks. While sitting there, it started "******* down" says Jenny. ...
Saturday 31 August 2013 The morning was ours so we had a little promenade along the Malecon, a coffee some looking in shops and then it was time for the airport. James and Ed almost got in trouble photographing police cars and military zones. Catching a domestic flight is hilarious. First we had to queue outside before they unlocked the door and then we queued to check in and we gave them our passport and got our luggage tag and ...
... told it would be at least another 20-30 minutes before the check would happen. Picture this: there are three tables for checking the luggage. There are 8 or 9 customs officials standing around chatting and otherwise having a nice time. There is one person doing the checking. It’s frustrating, but what can you do?
Once Jan’s bag finally got to the front of the queue, the only thing we could think of that could have caused ...
... a really good ham and cheese panini on the veranda while we listened to live music. Before the music began three pairs of backpack laden young people followed by cameras ran through the courtyard toward the Malecon. We later learned that the band had been set up to keep people away from the filming of an epsiode of some reality series. Lucky for us, the music was quite wonderful.
TravelPod Member ReviewsGran Caribe Hotel Inglaterra Havana
The hotel is okay, but overpriced and has not really 4Star. It's location is good but it is very old and needs refurbishment. The breakfast is okay but do not dine here. The food isn't good.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Gran Caribe Hotel Inglaterra Havana
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