Hotel Saint John's
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I assume that this is but one more feature of the embargo.
Our dinner is at another “Private ...
... taxi. They were asking 25 CUC ($25) to get a ride into the city, and I didn’t want to pay that much. I searched around for someone to share a taxi with and then finally found a taxi driver who was looking for someone to go for 15 CUC. I hopped in with another guy and we headed off, but the opposite direction from the city. The driver said he had to drop this guy off at another place and then we would go back toward Havana. It was only five minutes ...
... at the baggage carrousel knowing our driver was waiting outside and we still had to clear customs. Over half an hour went by and you could see everyone from our flight starting to get uneasy when suddenly to make matters even more bizarre all the power shut down and the international airport, including the customs and immigration area was thrown into complete darkness. Stuie was on the other side of the baggage carrousel so Stephie and I kind of clung to other and grabbed our ...
... up history and thirst for power and politics. Silly child games. Us versus them. So, she says that she's sorry, like we think she should hop the next inter tube to sail to Florida.I would tell her that I love the US without apologizing. And THAT explains a load about US-Latin American relations. Who is condemned "developing" and who is "developed"? Who is capitalist and those who are not? Oh, to be an American in Cuba. How strange.
... and found us a place down the street. It was a nice little place run by Janet who made us feel right at home. We had a private room with a bathroom and A/C for 24CUC, roughly $25.
With concerns about having a place to stay taken care of it was time to head out and explore a bit. A ten minute walk took us to Parc Central in Old Havana and the closer we got, the nicer the buildings became. Parc Central is surrounded by elegant hotels such as the ...