Islazul Hotel Lido

Consulado 210e, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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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

    ... on the website and they don’t have air conditioning. Well there is nothing I can do about it tonight, but tomorrow I am moving to a different casa and hopefully that one has A/C as advertised.

    I left the casa and went out to explore just for a couple of hours. I was completely exhausted, but needed to get something to eat. I walked down the main street near my casa, and it is possibly the most uncomfortable I have ever felt. This ...


    A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 18, 2014

    60 photos

    ... were staying was now full. Clearly we did not fall for this but later learnt that the Cuban guy who had been helping me to book a room, had sent the other man but he had never gotten back to me to confirm this. Well... what a welcome to Cuba I thought. Our bags taking over an hour to come out, the power going off (twice) and two men with a sign saying my name waiting for us. We all laughed a lot once we were in the cab, because we were indeed making memories and that the reality was ...

    The “Cuban Experience”

    A travel blog entry by gboue on Mar 24, 2013

    4 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Cuba Libres never tasted so sweet...

    A travel blog entry by beccabaker6 on May 28, 2012


    ... Danny). However, that wasn't the only thing that put me in better spirits. They say misery loves company, and boy did I ever enjoy it. I found out that I wasn't the only one that had ben swindled. A few of my friends ended up buying cheap cigars and ****** Mojitos for a big price. I think the lesson of that first night is that I should not be allowed to frolic in a foreign third-world country without adult supervision. We went back to the hotel and ate a dinner that I could have ...

    Viva Cuba Libre!

    A travel blog entry by empezolamitad on Feb 02, 2012

    9 comments, 94 photos

    ... the past decades. The place is frequented mostly by locals, including many local musicians, (and some tourists who are especially lucky or in-the-know) and was created to showcase lessor known local acts and to preserve the traditional music that is slowly but surely giving way to more modern styles like reggaeton and dancehall. The cover to get in to El Patio for a show is charged in national pesos****, the equivalent of about 80 cents. This was my ...