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Hotel is situated in a good location, rooms clean but a bit dark.
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... sparked conversations with strangers on the streets. I don't think I've seen another city with more pet dogs, and well-trained at that. One afternoon, walking through one of the parks, just about ready to head home, my friend decided to head over to a particular stand to buy cheese when all of a sudden I had l hear "Karen?". I look up and see a friend I had met in Buenos Aires! The only other person in the entire city of over 20 ...
... lobster thermidor. yum
What I also love about Cuba is that most restaurants and bars has expert musicians who play all manners of Cuban, Spanish, classical, jazz, and American oldies. Even the Parque Central Hotel where we've stayed most frequently has two guitar players that plays many nights so beautifully, I had tears in my eyes.
Now for the day-to-day activities we participated in, starting with 06/07/2014, Havana.
... implements ever. A lot of people will have heard of the rack, thumb screw, stocks etc however some were so much worse but I will leave most of it to your imagination but it’s safe to say my eyes watered at the thought of a few of the genitalia focused ones. The majority seemed to be of Italian or Spanish Inquisition in origin, so wathc out the next time you anger a Spanard or Italian. On a plus side for Chris/Alex and all people of the world who get tickled we found out ...
... the usual paperwork to be brought along. Can't get the wifi to work. Diary done so up to date.
My roommate was actually heading up to the room. Jim is an older chap from Minneapolis. He's been to Mexico City once before. We walked to the Zocalo and beyond, getting back in time for the 1800 group meeting with our guide Sid. Nine of eleven were present, including 4 other Canucks: a couple from Edmonton and two friends from Vancouver, Lou[anne] and Cathy. ...
... with rifles on each corner and driving around with 4 or 5 of them in the back of utes with riot gear. Then when I reached the zocola (which is the largest in Central America, however I was unable to appreciate it) I realized why. There were tents and people everywhere. Initially I thought it was some kind of market but once I started to read some of the signs I realized it was a protest, sit in/rally. Turns out after asking some people . The government is trying to ...