Hotel El Bosque

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

    I've made it to Cuba!

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Jul 16, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... something that will keep me fueled for very long, but it was better than nothing.

    We all piled onto the coach bus at the hotel and got to the airport for about 5:15am. Getting through security was a breeze and got to the gate with tons of time. Everyone seemed pretty antsy about the flight. I don’t know if it’s because they just want to get there after the delays, or if they aren’t used to flying, or maybe they found out ...

    Touring Cuba

    A travel blog entry by unabearpark on Mar 29, 2014

    12 photos

    ... basic. Fortunately I was approached by a local lady who offered to cook us a meal in her Casa. So with two Australian couples in tow, we ventured into the night for some alternative local hospitality. Good decision! The meal was fantastic, very fresh, creatively prepared, served with warmth and enthusiasm and half the price of any restaurant. We enjoyed whole grilled fish with sweet peppers, fried plantains, green tomato salad, sweet banana, rice and beans, several ...

    The Last Bastion of Socialism

    A travel blog entry by peterndolly on Oct 01, 2013

    74 photos

    ... skilled rollers we were told are paid CUC 45 per month [ circa US$ 50] plus 5 cigars each day. For the locals the CUC is paid as 24 local peso for each CUC. For the rollers they can obviously supplement their income by selling their cigars - we bought 5 for 20CUC, and I will be interested to hear from the smokers that they are the same quality as the ones we buy in the boxes, we were assured they were.
    We then had to decide which cigars our smoking friends may like, and ...

    The Forbidden Island

    A travel blog entry by themooners on May 20, 2013

    71 photos

    ... and the like use the CUC (pronounced kook) or convertible peso. One convertible peso or CUC is equal to 24 pesos. As a tourist you tend to pay with CUC and need to make sure your change comes back in CUC and not pesos. They look very similar and poor man stuck in a socialist country has to make a living so turista beware or turista be short changed big time. The savvy traveler on a budget learns to cash out some CUC for pesos and eat where the locals eat. Should ...

    Last day in Cuba!

    A travel blog entry by mblosser on May 10, 2013

    23 photos

    ... 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 ...