Hotel El Bosque
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
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... countries it's still a dictatorship that gives the government complete control over the people and like most citizens of a diplomatic country, of course it just doesn't sit right with me. And as our tour guide goes on to explain, communism is more about spreading the poverty, rather than spreading the wealth! The one positive light that seems to shine through in Cuba is that the locals seem to be such a happy bunch, who may feel oppressed, but choose ...
... I’m not having one too. On the home stretch the driver is willing to make me get off on the Malecón so I can walk to my casa. I admit, the other part of the route, east from Parque Central, is the more interesting short loop around Vieja, but that area you can better see walking.
For some reason, probably I was fed up with La Revolución in general and its old paper importance more specifically, I thought visiting the Museo de la ...
2 best friends 2 sisters from another Mister 74days 2 1/2 months 6 countries 15 cities 22 destinations 9 flights 7bus rides 3 overnight busses 1 marriage proposal witnessed in Vegas 1 Oasis amongst the San Dunes 1 Dune Buggy ride over the Dunes 1000's of screams and giggles echo through the dunes of Huccachinna 2 coxick bones bruised by Sand-boarding 1 earthquake felt 3 days of hiking to Machu Pichu in Peru 1 mountain climbed ...
... heritage site in 1982 dozens of buildings have been restored within the city. Older, more unique buildings such as the Cathedral and the Castillo de la Real Fuerza were the first to be preserved, however, today one can see a wider emphasis all over Old Havana and in certain neighbourhoods including along the Malecon.
Today, Havana's urban environment still contains vast areas of crumbling buildings, unable to afford much needed care and ...
I have been reading Alan Clark's (a colourful Minister in Thatcher's government) diaries over the past few days and decided that I should try and write these blogs in his style. Today we discovered that our tour group comprises 4 Ukrainians -2 couples - names yet to be determined and 4 Australians -us and Ralph and Loretta, probably in their early sixties, from Melbourne who appear not to be a couple and yet a couple ...