Hotel El Bosque

28A e/ 49A y 49C, Havana, Cuba | 3 star hotel
 

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Dirty Havana Trilogy

A travel blog entry by julian-sarah

99

... is dressed nicely, there are no ghettos/slums or homeless people and everyone is either chubby or muscly. I even saw a few people with iPhones. I suppose that's the idea behind communism, keep everyone at the same ****** level just below the poverty line or if that's not suffice you can challenge the Castro regime and get a bullet in the head. Overall Cuba is a fairly expensive place to be for tourists. Something Sarah didn't mention is that there is two ...

AN OLD CITY AND AN ART CITY

A travel blog entry by rachel21601

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... he knew his subject thoroughly; in addition to telling us about history, architecture, and the restoration projects underway, he shared tidbits of gossip about local politics and his family in Cuba and in the United States. We saw so much: highlights included remnants of colonial buildings; a mural of portraits of frequent guests of a 19th century intellectual including the architectural details that mirrored the facade of the man's house ...

Cigars, rum and old cars..?

A travel blog entry by m_and_m_time

1
24

... exploring and perspiring...Havana is hot!!! We simply loved this place, both commenting on how it was like nowhere we had been before. Shells of buildings everywhere, coloured walls, classic cars operating as taxis, the smell of cuban cigars wafting through the streets, locals dressed in bright colours and potholed or ruined asphalt streets. We saw a couple of bands- mainly aimed at the tourist- but to our untrained ears the music ...

Last day in Cuba!

A travel blog entry by mblosser

23

... to the famous huge Jose Marti monument that is right in front of Plaza de la Revolucion and the famous Che Guevara and Camilo Cienfuegos murals. The monument was very impressive although we were so tired from walking that we didn't hang out there long. We hit up a "university student cafe" afterwards for some aqua but there service sucked so much that we left what we owed and left. Then we went to a vegetarian restaurant and haggled ...

Friends, Family and Random Strangers

A travel blog entry by gboue

11

... he had been the administrator of the plant for many years, and had grown-up in the neighborhood. He immediately connected with my uncle and off they went reminiscing about life in Cuba in the 40s and 50s. Sharing the same first name, Angel, added to the bond.

Angel was visibly elated, to the delight of his daughter and granddaughters who seemed intrigued by the Miami Cubans. They offered us cafecito and drinks, and after a thud on the sheet metal roof produced a mango from ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 28A e/ 49A y 49C, Havana, is near San Pedro de la Roca del Morro Castle, Céspedes Park, Revolution Plaza (Plaza De La Revolucion), and Diego Velázquez Museum.
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