Islazul Hotel Lido

Consulado 210e, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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CUBA! - Life In The Fifties.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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Havana, Cuba - decrepit, time-warped, yet astonishingly beautiful!

Our flight was delayed which meant we arrived in Havana late at night. Our first priority was to get money as the Cuban monetary system had only just changed over to a "convertible peso" and this is now the only currency for non Cubans to use and it is not available …

Havana Day 4

A travel blog entry by wadeoliver


Up 830 and had the usaul cheese and cracke rbreakfast. Packed our bags slowly for the return to Havana. Left 1130. Took 20 minutes to walk to where we had to catch the bus and this time it wasn´t even a bus, it was a truck with the bus route number on it!! Interesting change and it was actually more comforta ble than the bus as I wasn´t nursing my …


A travel blog entry by diannemurray


Monday 27th October Playa Giron - Caleta Buena Decide to spend the day at Caleta Buena, a coral cove eight kms away, which is owned by the Hotel. We can have our prepaid meals there, and just pay for the transport and use of the beach. Taken in bus with group of other tourists. Looks lovely when we arrive. It's a beautiful sunny day, and the bay …

Pass The Cigars

A travel blog entry by tdv95


... in Cuba. Kevin and Art from Minnesota solved that problem by not bringing enough money for their time here and with Americans not able to access funds, we left them discussing plans to build a raft to get back to the U.S.. We keep watching CNN to see if they made it.

Some American influence is here already (including their most bothersome of exports- tipping for every conceivable reason), but the clock is ticking and a trip to Havana should be on everyones near term wish list. A big ...

Back in Havana: my personal summary on Cuba

A travel blog entry by steffen102


... the name or at least a picture and a famous quote of one of these three "revolutionary heroes". With Fidel Castro being the last to still live (although already spending his last days in the hospital), all these slogans and pictures had a retro-style appearance. Together with the many old cars in the street, the old colonial buildings and these old-fashion state propaganda, I felt like having travelled back to the 1960s.

To be fair a lot of people seem to be convinced of ...

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