NH La Habana
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We start with our guide on a 2hr bus sight seeing tour of the city. It is a very rich and powerful city with monumental public and private buildings. One of the worlds major cities. We depart the bus and start our walking tour at the royal palace. Built originally by the Moors it is a significant beautiful building.. From there we follow ...
... from all over and feel fortunate that I get to stay here a whole month since new people are always coming and going. Some of my favorites have been/are Pedro, the very personable (and funny) homosexual super that is in charge of daily upkeep & greeting newcomers; John (real name Hernan) De Luca, the charming Argentinian actor who is good friends with Pedro and on a constant quest for "work"; Diego (real name Didac), the ...
... room was filled with ornate chandeliers, heaps of them. The furnishings were velvets in beautiful colours and each ceiling had paintings on it, not to mention the fine tapestries hanging from all the walls. We were only allowed to see about a dozen different rooms which, on the scale of things, was only a small area of the palace, it was huge! The palace also had an armoury, which excited Rob more than I! ...
... and churches that were on the "to do" list. We took a day trip out to Toledo on the train and wandered through the old walled town on what was a very hot day. Toledo is really pretty and very interesting, lots of history and swords! Every shop seemed to have swords for sale! We visited a museum in the old synagogue to view the intricately carved walls and learn more of the Spanish Inquisition and it's aftermath. We can highly recommend Madrid and Toledo to you ...
... of Count Orgaz". We also visited the beautiful Jewish Synagogue of Santa Maria La Blanca and the church of San Juan de Los Reyes and saw some fantastic views of the River Targus. After we returned from Toledo we decided to have lunch - again ever the adventurous we went to a local bar where no one spoke English and even more of a challenge - there was no menu!!! After some confusion another diner who spoke some limited English helped us order lunch - we ended up with a salad, ...