Islazul Hotel Lido

Address: Consulado 210e, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
 
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      Adios Cuba - back to the future

      A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jan 14, 2015

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      ... and celebrated a month of Cuban madness. At 4:15am I was picked up and headed to the airport for my stupid flight to cancun via Panama in the complete opposite direction. Cuba is a very strange place and so as I travelled from one side to another I wrote down a couple things i found most interesting. What I saw in Cuba. Internet and technology is why people stay inside - Cuba has virtually no internet and only very few people have enough money for a tv let alone a tv that can play an ...

      Return to La Habana

      A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Mar 01, 2014

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      ... 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 Havana experience!

      A travel blog entry by mihalis on Nov 19, 2012

      13 photos

      ... that are part of homes. Prefer to go to the ones that have prices listed (which are in pesos, the local currency, and not in cucs) and do not ask for the price. Just give the amount stated on the price list. Otherwise some may try to rip you off. But keep in mind that there are only basic things in these places like small margarita pizzas and small burgers or sandwiches. Would not recommend them though to those with sensitive stomach. I had plenty of food from ...

      Finally arrived!

      A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Jun 17, 2012

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      JUN 15: Where do I begin this blog? Alaska Airlines canceled their flight from San Jose to Mexico City, and that created huge problems that seemed impossible to overcome, because I had hotel reservations in Mexico City, and my flight to Havana was for the following day.

      But ...

      The Final Cuban Days

      A travel blog entry by macfarlanei on Feb 02, 2012

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      ... that this country was still at war with someone.

      The other point of contrast was the currency; two types, Cuban Pesos and Cuban Convertible Currency (CUCs). The latter was essentially for the tourist yet we saw Cubans using them to buy items in the bigger towns. The Cuban Pesos was often used for street stalls and the CUC was used for any transaction that the tourist would need. The conversion rates from abroad were not favourable for the tourist and the level ...