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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    The Malecón, still very Cuban

    A travel blog entry by nyukwha on May 15, 2015

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    We're back in our penthouse casa at Perseverancia in Centro Habana with the wind blowing from the east, so the aircon can remain off. There are some forgotten Vieja details we want to check and there is one important site I want to visit in Vedado: Necrópolis Christóbal Colón, said to be one of the largest cemeteries in the Americas. There are some striking statues and the marble fields give it a certain distinction, but it isn't as large as you would ...

    Fly me to Havana & the Cuban Socialist Experiment

    A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Feb 22, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... travelling at speed, and insisted we take a passenger to the next town, Shared rides and 'hitch hiking' have become the norm since the USSR collapsed and Cuba lost its funding in the 90's, resulting in years of austerity, poverty and food rationing. Lots of the transport, out of Havana, is not motorised - lots of bicycles, horses, horse and carts, horse drawn 'omnibuses', just like England in 18th Century.
    We enjoyed Vinales, where they grow lots of Tobacco and want to ...

    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 ...

    Last day in Cuba!

    A travel blog entry by mblosser on May 10, 2013

    23 photos

    ... our two governments are at an impasse regarding the embargo that is not in the interest of both peoples. He also was mad about the fact of the Cuban 5 (5 Cuban's that are imprisoned in the States for "spying". The free Cuban 5 signs were everywhere) but again didn't blame the American people. It was a good conversation (that I mostly listened to lol). After resting up we walked around the streets of Habana one last time. We got in ...

    Havana Ball

    A travel blog entry by amy_michael on Dec 30, 2012

    22 photos

    ... we were home! Our dinner that night was the usual casa fare of salad, veg and unidentified fish. Hmm... At least it wasn´t a soggy pizza!

    The next day was new years eve, the start of three public holidays in a row (two of which patriotically celebrated Triumph of the Revolution and Victory of Armed Forces Day). We headed into the touristy area to see what was open. After the Capitol building (closed for renovations), Parque de la Fraternidad, ...