Hotel Saint John's

Address: Calle O e/ 23 y 25, Havana, Cuba | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle O e/ 23 y 25, Havana, is near Old Havana, Cementerio de Colon, Plaza de la Revolution, and Museum of Decorative Arts.
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    Havana, Cuba

    A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Oct 29, 2014

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    ... basically a shot. Great service, music and food!! For lunches we had cheap sandwiches or pizzas that cost 50cents!!!

    Theres so much history with Cuba and it has made us want to read more about it now having visited. The buildings have so much charachter and although alot are run down it still has a nice feel to it and the people were lovely too (although 'no gracias' began to sound like a broken record as we declined bicycle taxis about every ...


    A travel blog entry by fourontour on Jun 27, 2014

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    ... it as the 'Terminator 2' playground. It was a bit barren. The dual currency is proving to be an interesting conundrum. The Moneda Nacional (MN) is what the majority of Cubans get paid in, and buy things with. The Convertible Peso (CUC) is what the tourists use and is pegged to the US dollar. The exchange rate is about 25 MN to 1 CUC. It is very hard to avoid paying in CUC, sometimes they will just charge the MN as CUC. That being ...

    Fulfilling distant dreams

    A travel blog entry by alizayj on Oct 29, 2013

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    ... is a curse; that immigration officers have a tough job; that some friends are just tailor-made to travel with you; that it is incredibly easy to survive without internet and telephones for days on end; that the new Pearl jam album is bloody brilliant; that fake teeth are unreliable; that the jet lag emanating from a 35 hour journey home may never leave me; that the waters in the Caribbean are bluer than blue and ...

    Cuba Day 1

    A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Oct 22, 2013

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    ... or family member reaches out to hug him. I am curious: is he sad to be returning, or happy to be reunited?

    We get to our tour bus and meet our guide and bus driver. On the way to our hotel, we see Havana. There are billboards with Fidel Castro and Che Guevara's faces all over the place. Others read sentiments such as, "Mas socialismo." A mural commemorates the day Castro led the revolutionary army that eventually took over the ...

    Back in Havana: my personal summary on Cuba

    A travel blog entry by steffen102 on Aug 05, 2013

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    ... downside was the large number of touts especially in the streets of Havana, who would continuously try to talk to us asking if we wanted a restaurant, cigars, rum or whatever. Saying "No gracias" (no thanks) would help often, but some of them were so annoying and following us around that we quickly switched to ignoring them completely instead of even saying "no gracias". This was a bit of a shame, because it made us not wanting to talk to locals in fear of them trying to sell us ...