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- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
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... better. Our G Adventures rep, Andy, was a local Cubano. Cheerful and friendly.
All Cuban tour trips are strict at having a Cuban born tour guide and not have any other nationality on tour group trips in other countries. It's not that the country is racist but the government like to give the tourists a better understanding of the Cuban story through the locals.
We introduced ourselves one by one and were individually asked what was the reason for ...
The casa is in Habana Central, once a middle class ward. Now the houses are redistributed among the people, with many families in one building. People that were not accustomed to this type of housing. And apparently nobody is responsible for the upkeeping, so the whole ward is crumbling down. But we’re not far from Vieja, the ...
It took us a week to return to La Habana from La Bajada. In the first couple of days, Dan slowed down a bit with not eating dinners (we'd go up an incline and when I looked back it was as if a vacuum cleaner had sucked him backward), but soon he was back in form, riding past the grounds of an escuela primaria and calling out with a big wave, "Good morning, Cuba!" to the delight of the girls playing a circle game. A refrain boomed forth for any group sitting on a ...
... big trouble, since my second German passport was in it and now laying on the table. The whole situation appeared to me like being one of those secret agent movies… Well I had nothing really to worry about, as this second passport of mine is surely a legal document with my name. In case you are wondering: I own a second passport as a backup in case my first passport gets stolen or in case it has no more space for visa, because obtaining a new passport in another country is very ...
After the days events, the Americans were met with some free time to explore the neighborhood around the El Presidente hotel. A small group of us found our way to the Malecon to look out as the sun set over the water following a walk around the block. After talking for a while and taking some pictures, I noticed a man approaching with a guitar. As a side comment, I said to the group, "this ...