Palacio O'Farrill

Address: Calle Cuba 102 - 108 entre Chacon y Tejadillo, Havana, 10100, Cuba | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Calle Cuba 102 - 108 entre Chacon y Tejadillo, Havana, is near Museum of the Revolution (Museo de la Revolucion), Gran Teatro de La Habana, Castillo de la Real Fuerza, and Cajo Levissa.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Havana

    Under a Cuban Sun

    A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Jun 12, 2015

    42 photos

    ... led a small armed force ashore at Las Coloradas, from the boat, 'Granma'. An uprising in S de Cuba was crushed and Castro fled to the Sierra Maestra Mountains inland from S de Cuba where the fledgling rebel army began its war. A series of battles and uprisings and general strikes over the next year showed the increasing impetus of Castro's work. In early 1958, two fronts were opened by the rebels, one being led by Raul Castro.

    In April a major offensive by ...

    Return to La Habana

    A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Mar 01, 2014

    38 photos

    ... housing a social project by a painter, Miguel Antonio Remedios, who teaches art to children and teens in the house. His paintings, he said, are in collections all over the world, including in Jiang Ze Min’s (although since it was given by the Castros in an official capacity, perhaps they belong to China). We had a nice visit and his wife served us sweet coffee in espresso-sized coconut husks (the farmers drink their coffee in these) and guava cut ...

    RTW without visiting Cuba ain't no RTW

    A travel blog entry by bartvaneijden on Jun 07, 2013

    2 comments, 71 photos

    ... and oil refineries were American owned. Thousands of cars were brought along and apparently the Americans were kind of taking over the whole island. It was in 1959 when Fidel Castro took control through a revolution, making health care and education free for all Cubans, and later seizing all property of the Americans. If you owned or rented a house yourself in 1959, you were lucky: it would be yours for the rest of your life for free (up ...


    A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Feb 01, 2013

    33 photos

    I love signs and so have to include a sampling of signs that caught my eye, many along the roadways were political; some walls and fences were painted with what looked like graffiti to me and I did not expect to see that; some advertising signs, mostly for rum or beer and ...

    Great music and food!

    A travel blog entry by sgeorge on Oct 08, 2012


    ... different varieties of Cuban vegetation. (Uncle Patrick, I’m sure you would’ve enjoyed it quite a ...