Hotel Los Frailes
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... and buy an old car to restore! It was the highlight of our Cuban trip for sure. Unfortunately it was time to say goodbye to Cuba and head back to Mexico. We were so incredibly sad to leave and loved every single minute of our time here. It's such a special country and I count my lucky stars we were able to visit such a gem of a place. I left a piece of my heart there and hope with all my might that we can go back again and again in the future. Wow Cuba. I'm in ...
today i went to see old Havana which isnt in the best neighborhood. i put my worst clothes on and walked there. It wasnt the cleanest place ever and it wasnt the quietest either. although it was amazing how everything looked and how everthing is old fashion and how time hasnt effected this part of Havana, other than the crime. with in my time in Old Havana i saw 2 street races and 1 robbery occur. after that i desided to leave. ...
June 18, Wed: Our day began with Gord preparing breakfast for us, and watching his show, the Delinquent Gourmet, made in Jamaica. We had a taxi take us to Plaza Vigia to have our last beer at our favorite bar where we drank and ate, watched football (soccer), and to watch the world go by for ...
... the Old City area, then finally about 5 miles along the Malecon, which was beautiful.
Calle 16 No 152, esquina a 13,
Vedado, Havana 10400, Cuba
+53 5 2476633
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... the internet due to their involvement in the tourism business. Nonetheless these private internet accesses seem to be tightly controlled and censored.
All in all, it appeared to me that the government actually tries to keep tourists away from the ordinary Cubans, maybe so that the Cubans don't see what freedoms and wealth exists in other countries and political systems, while the tourists don't get to see too much of the harsh reality of everyday life in Cuba. As expected in ...