Islazul Hotel Lido

Consulado 210e, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
Prices starting from $21.00

Travel Blogs from Havana

Our last day in Cuba

A travel blog entry by c.i.222


... Breakfast/Brunch, Reservations, Late Night Description: This restaurant deserves a listinSince the music got ...

The “Cuban Experience”

A travel blog entry by gboue


... whenever I had an experience that made me feel strange, uncomfortable or upset, I chalked it up to it being the "Cuban Experience". It started when we landed in Havana Airport and I went to the bathroom, washed my hands and was greeted by a roll of toilet paper in a paper towel dispenser. It sure looked comical. My cousin was provided with one square of toilet paper as she entered the ...

Hustling Havana

A travel blog entry by npleblanc


... they forced us to the special gate to buy our tickets. $3 later we were directed to a special section, directly behind homeplate and with our own guard. Apparently everyone else paid $0.25 to enter and only certain people can get access to our seats. No alcohol is served in the stadium due to potential riots, but with the amount of police and militia present I don't see how anything could get out of hand. But as the fans piled in the stadium got louder and louder until it ...

Old Havanna

A travel blog entry by rci123


First week of our big trip and arrived in airport with no currency and little Spanish, first port of call was to cash our Stirling and get some Cuban pesos ? Arrived at hotel to find out that the water and electricity in the hotel Valencia was not working? We were heralded to another hotel the Ambos Mondos (Hemmingway stayed here for 1year inbetween drinking mohitos, he wrote the old man and the sea) . VIsiting Cuba is a unique experience old Havanna is amazing the highlights for ...

La Isla Bonita

A travel blog entry by funkymonk

... of ill-educated, narrow-minded ****wits that need to be slapped into reality and forced to go outside to enjoy the freedom that their country affords them, rather sitting around all day watching daft conspiracy videos on sodding YouTube.

Cuban people can't afford anything. Or at least most can't. It's supposed to be illegal to have a passport or own a house - but a few Cubans do. I know this because I've seen it with my own eyes. Most Cubans can't travel or ever ...

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