Islazul Hotel Lincoln

Address: Virtudes No.164, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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      Hemingway Monday

      A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 10, 2014

      ... the road in Bolivar Plaza we found theTorrelavega eating place. We sat in the nice courtyard and had a very good fish meal with desert - all part of the deal.
      Heading off for a taxi we came across a very good lone trumpet player. The taxi took us through the streets of Havana, the contrast between the houses on the streets we drove though and the estate was vast. The taxi driver escorted ...

      Scuba diving day in Havana

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Jul 19, 2014

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      ... in a boat. I was pretty upset to find out that no tour operators were going there, or to Varadero on Sunday. I guess I’ll just spend tomorrow in the city getting to know Havana a bit better. I’ve really enjoyed getting to some places where the locals hang out and getting to see what part of their real life looks like. It couldn’t be much more different than life that I’m used to. ...

      One last night in Havana ...

      A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Feb 24, 2014

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      ... their murals, then treated us to a performance by some of their musically talented members. The followed this with a wonderful home-cooked Cuban meal that they had prepared themselves. They topped the evening off with a dance party that was not only a perfect ending to our visit with them, but also our last day in Havana. And of course, the enthusiastically answerred all our questions about the porject. We came away from the experience feeling like honored guests.

      La Habana City Tour

      A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Oct 23, 2013

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      ... at a government store (which is supposed to be cheaper) for $35 CUCs.

    • We visited a ration store, and the guide showed us her ration books. Every Cuban is given a certain amount of food and toiletries per month, no matte what your job is. However, it is not enough to get some families through the month and if they make more money then they can buy what they need outside of the ration store in a supermarket or farmer's market. However, they have to buy in CUCs. ...

    • Week Thirteen

      A travel blog entry by sian_and_jim on Oct 16, 2013

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      ... Saturday we went on a huge walking tour down the Malecon and through the not-so-touristy parts of towns which was thoroughly enjoyable as we felt we experienced the local vibe of Havana and saw the typical markets, street vendors, restaurants and bars.

      Sunday we got up early and caught a bus to Trinidad on the opposite, southern-end of the country. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Trinidad has a completely different ambiance to Havana. Delightful cobblestone streets wind their ...

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