H10 Habana Panorama

3rd Ave and 70th St, Havana, Cuba | 4 star hotel
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Touring Cuba

A travel blog entry by unabearpark


... wherever possible, we found a lovely little family run palidar with a handful of tables on a patio up a flight of stairs. The chef chatted with us about our options and offered me a seafood kebab which was delicious and packed with lobster, shrimp, fish and vegetables, all very fresh. We then journeyed east to La Plata in the Sierra Maestra mountains, the highest mountains in Cuba. We stayed at a hotel miles from any town, where customer service was non existent, the food was dire ...

The Last Bastion of Socialism

A travel blog entry by peterndolly


... but we understand many now have Japanese or French engines and gear boxes. You see them in all sorts of shapes sizes and colours and very many are now operating as taxis for the tourist.
The city tour showed that more than tender loving care [TLC] was needed for most buildings and full restoration was needed. Some of this work is now being funded by central government, UNESCO and other countries, but there are many many years of work to be done.
Our guide for the afternoon was ...

The Forbidden Island

A travel blog entry by themooners


... where local bands play Cuban music while Fedora topped gentle men smoke cigars and sip on mojito's.

Perfect .

I love a good mojito. Period. They make them here, they make them a lot and they make them well. This is a good thing because as far as the food goes, well, so far we've seen two type, local and tourist. The locals seem to subsist on ham sandwiches, pizza con queso (cheese pizza), pizza con queso y jamon (same as above but with ham added) ...

Where’s Granny Buried?

A travel blog entry by gboue


I returned from Cuba with a tan, not from being on the the beach but from walking around in a cemetery.

Gladys had given me a well preserved 5X7 photo of my paternal grandmother, Obdulia Perez. After getting directions from her on the general location of my grandmother's grave, we went to one of the largest cemeteries in Latin America, Cementerio de Colón. The four of us (driver, cousin, and of course Obdulia’s son (my uncle)), spent over ...

Buena Vista

A travel blog entry by muzbec


... Embassy, a rotten obelisk that dominated the skyline.

Four days past in a puff of sweet cigar smoke and it was time to move to the more relaxed scene of Valle de Vinales. Spending half a day trying to locate the Viazul bus station and purchase our 12 CUC tickets, we finally had them in hand and were ready to go. We would spend our last night with Zoe and Victor in the beautiful city before flying out to the Caymans and were excited to return to this buena vista one last time.


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This 4 star hotel, located on 3rd Ave and 70th St, Havana, is near Cementerio de Colon, San Pedro de la Roca del Morro Castle, Céspedes Park, and La Gran Piedra (The Big Rock).
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good