Hotel El Bosque
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
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... of the shed we were introduced to the largest Cuban I had ever seen (man not cigar) who after telling us he “eat too much” also introduced his brother who was hot and slim, a very unlikely looking duo and hard to believe related! We were then taken through the process of cigar making culminating in the fat Cuban rolling a fat Cuban and telling us it was all completely organic and good for you with no preservatives. Dipping the end in honey (just like a nicotine smoothie) ...
... we stopped at the Church of San Eugenio to visit a children’s after-school English program. When we arrived, we learned from the program coordinator that this was just one of many programs (choral singing, guitar, math, etc.) that Caritas Havana, a non-profit associated with the Catholic Church, offers for children and adults at this particular church. Once we received the run-down on the program, we entered the classroom for conversational practice with ...
... 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 ...
... clima caribeny o perquè la gent ja s'ha acostumat a viure sense gaire res. Avui és el meu sant i després dels regals i targetes, ens en anem a donar un volt en cotxe "clásico", descapotable de color fúcsia. És un Chevrolet dels anys 50 que està conservat i reparat com han pogut però amb orgull i una gràcia increibles. A mig camí se li acaba la gasolina i ens han d'empenyer i totes aquestes coses que passen a Cuba. Tots s'ajuden. ...
... The city center is well maintained, well lite at night for a stroll. There are restaurants of high quality(filet mignon was $8.00) and smaller local establishments known as paladar, which are economical and very good. These consist of privately owned or government owned. There are a couple of very good restaurants across the street from the Focsa(the tallest residential building in Havana). There were 10 of us in the group and we ate at "La ...