Villa Los Pinos

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

    Visit to Cojimar and Ernest Hemingway's home

    A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Jun 20, 2014

    51 photos

    ... dinner, Alexander was feeling better, so we went to Sloppy Joes for a drink, and ended up the day at Parque Central for drinks and a cigar.

    Wiki on Le Templete (on Plaza Armas).
    El Templete is a monument in Havana, Cuba, that pays homage to the place where the foundation of the town of San Cristóbal de la ...


    A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 18, 2014

    60 photos

    ... It's just another world!! After two great nights at Jorge's casa we decided we wanted to experience staying right in the old town and as much as we loved Jorge his place was a good 15 minute walk to the centre. So we spent the afternoon roaming from casa to casa. They made it so incredibly easy, the homes that where open to stay in all had a blue logo labeled above their door and as frustrating as it was to go from place to place to find somewhere, it was also an amazing insight ...

    Havana: Beautiful, dusty & a rum drinkers paradise

    A travel blog entry by cookcorn on May 18, 2013

    2 comments, 60 photos

    ... your money in some way. Maybe it’s to get you to a particular bar for commission using music and the ubiquitous Buenavista Social Club as their key words, maybe it’s a story about not having enough to eat or maybe it’s about changing money, whatever, a swift no thanks and its generally done with – there’s not the constant hassle experienced in some other countries. Generally the city is extremely safe (there are a lot (loads!) ...

    Emotional Roller Coaster

    A travel blog entry by gboue on Mar 29, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... people we visited, yet it was never presented in a “woe is me way”. I think it was more difficult for me to accept their plight than how they viewed it because I had a reference point living in the U.S., and I could easily have wound-up in their world.

    So the whole week was an emotional roller coaster, and as Janet and I reached the hotel in the convertible on Friday evening, I was drained, ready to relax, pack and head back to Miami the following day. ...

    From your man in Havana

    A travel blog entry by surfari on Jan 23, 2013

    2 comments, 36 photos

    ... they use hydro and a lot of oil burning stations to generate) the state replaced all buses with modern ones to save fuel. And it's something like only 1 in 10 households have a state provided car (I think those are called private cars, and have yellow number plates, not sure, it's something like that anyway).There is however a law saying that you must always pick up hitchhikers, aka obligatory car share, so you see a lot of people waiting by the side of ...