Villa Los Pinos

Address: 21 Ave. las Terrazas, Havana, Cuba | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 21 Ave. las Terrazas, Havana, is near El Malecon, Central Havana, Parque John Lennon, and Hershey Train.
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    Travel Blogs from Havana

    A holiday from the holiday - Cuba

    A travel blog entry by tdwanderlust on Jun 15, 2015

    37 photos

    Backpacking in Cuba is easier than you would think, although also more expensive than you would expect. The tourist buses between cities are super cheap, and fairly comfortable, so are the best way to get between places. If there are 2 or more people it can even be better to get taxis between. We payed slightly more for a taxi from Havana to Santa Clara than we would have for the bus, but when we took into account the taxi to the bus station in Havana and from the ...

    Return to La Habana

    A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Mar 01, 2014

    38 photos

    ... place can actually be open and I’m not sure where my $4 CUC was going exactly—there was a bit of an embarrassing spat between a guy who came after us on his bicycle after we left to insist it should have been $5, but Pilo said he was a man of his word, and he’d told me $4. Anyway, the workers were there until 4:45 p.m. that day sanding the walls for painting and they would be doing the same again tomorrow, so it definitely wouldn’t be open ...


    A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Feb 10, 2014

    24 photos

    ... recuperating from an illness at the Mayo Clinic, the timing is all wrong. Fortunately the government has turned the property into a museum and opened it to the public. Tourists are not permitted inside because the government is worried about theft, but they can walk around the porch and balconies, ring the big bell and look into the rooms to see Hemingway's books, his trophies from safari in Africa, his desk, his typewriter and the changes in his weight recorded on ...

    Under the sun, with a cigar and some rum. Havana!

    A travel blog entry by maya1991ll on Dec 07, 2013

    48 photos

    ... Madrid. A massive disappointment for me and for a lot of people in the plane. The plus side was that we stayed in a four star hotel, where I had a room all for myself and we had free dinner and breakfast, where I had for the very first time caviar, which I didn't like very much, but now I can't say I didn't tried it haha!!!! The down side, was that I lost my 500 pound STA tour, which was a great waste, even though my insurance covered it.

    Finally the day came when ...

    RTW without visiting Cuba ain't no RTW

    A travel blog entry by bartvaneijden on Jun 07, 2013

    2 comments, 71 photos

    ... with communism, it is not. However these days, after the government decided to open its borders once again to allow for tourism in the nineties, the economy is not entirely socialist anymore. We can say it is socialist but with capitalism through the backdoor. Let me explain:

    Despite the propaganda spread out all over the country (favouring all the work done by Fidel Castro and claiming back their country from the Americans in 1959), there ...