Hotel Los Delfines
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... at least until the recent changes to the laws on private
enterprise -- are owned by the government, and while some Cuban hotels are
spectacular, you won't get the experience of real Cuba that you have when
living with a Cuban family.
We have visited many casa’s mainly in
the Cardenas & Varadero surroundings. Some casa’s have to offer basic room
and board. While others like Angelo’s make you feel like ...
... we arrived and I took both kids to the park. I was struggling with crossing the street on a busy intersection with no stop sign or traffic light, and someone crossed the street simply to help me. I had a lovely conversation with an abuela (grand-mother) at the park, and even if we barely understood each other, she smiled and left me with "Te Quiero" (I love you). I'm constantly surprised at how helpful the Cubans are and how they ...
... the back mirror, if you actually see the sign then it’s rusty and unreadable or white and the painted street name unreadable in white, or you may have the old street name on the sign as where your map shows the new one…
... rain water.
And we went out again… when looking at the menu and you see a Gordon bleu for 5 CUC you wonder if it is not a very small piece… so we got 2 meals – especially since Paul was lucky and in the restaurants they do serve beef – which we learned over time is not that common.
So what’s the best in ...
Cuba as a nation is absolutely fascinating, the whole country lives as if they are still in the 1950's; perhaps the only country I’ve ever visited not to have a MacDonald’s or Starbucks, Imagine that! So all those mad scientist keen to build machines that would able them to visit the past should just go to Cuba. It’s cheaper, saves you wasting time for years over something unnecessary, increases Star Trek time and you can even have some of the finest Cuban rum as ...