TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mirazul Havana
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... flexibility to see all the places we were interested in since we missed a number of them because of the restrictions of the bus service. I'd also try and stretch our days in Tulum as far as humanly possible: it was a magical place and one that deserved more of our time -- I can certainly see why Talya and Ryan love it so much and chose to get married there. It's likely to continue to change as time marches forward, so get there and see it now, if you can.
... wall and soaking in the last warmth of the day. We stopped off at Castropol Restaurant for dinner, sitting upstairs with an ocean view and the sounds of a trumpet player we’d talked to just before.
Then in the dark, we walked back up the pedestrian Mall (Marti) and down Obispo, catching a lively band in a restaurant while standing on the street with a crowd of others, some dancing. It was a lovely Havana afternoon, and a fitting end to our Cuba ...
... the National hotel- fabulous hotel along the Malecon strip. Although disheartened that we hadn't organised the car yet, the girls were keen to do the bus tour since I enjoyed it yesterday so we hopped on it. Lots of photo were taken along the way. We got off in Habana Viejo district- area of the city which is very beautiful and well preserved. It is a UNESCO heritage site and you could see why. We happily wandered around these magnificent buildings and stopped for a bite to eat ...
... structure means that the local bus driver gets paid the same as a doctor (average of $20 per month). I’m sure on paper there are so many positive aspects of this way of life when compared to democracy; free food, housing, health care and education. But the more time we spent observing the dilapidated buildings and chatting to locals about their sinking economy, we soon realised that this is a country in need of drastic change.
... 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 ...
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