H10 Habana Panorama
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
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... experience as a tour leader. He is an absolute champ and we can't talk highly enough about him. We count our blessings that we had him as our guide. After doing a few geckos tours around Asia, I've had some dooseys...but he is everything you want in a guide. Passionate, knowledgable, flexible, easy going and oh so funny. We knew we had made the right decision going on a tour the minute we met him. So after a quick briefing we headed off with a couple ...
... find a pastelería/dulcería with young owners who take their time to tell you all about the cakes they bake. In a nicely done, rather modern environment you can have a good cup of espresso and tasty cakes. Wonder why even the locals don’t come here in droves.
The last evening we walk the Malecón. There are much more people than we’ve seen before and the mood is gay. There is more music, dancing and booze, the public is a bit ...
Cuba Havana Arrived to get interrogated by customs, asking us if we were working as volunteers, do we have a phone, laptop, where did we come from, security check point with girls with long socks and short shirts, all clear, head through, whisked into a cab, old cars everywhere, so many beautiful machines, so many colors, the streets have no advertising, such a blank canvas, houses are coloured with Turquoise, people everywhere with such character, streets are all closed to road work, ...
... museums. Havana is brimming with places to see and is full of cultural goodness: musicians abound, dancers meander, and cunning entrepreneurs flourish. It's a fabulous city full of something for everyone and is a wonderful introduction to the country.
Thursday, July 17th-Friday, July 18th - Varadero (Cuba):
Our original plan was to head south of Havana to the city of Cienfuegos, but the bus tickets were sold out, so we reversed our route ...
... things by the locals and he would give them things in return -a sort of swapping arrangement. Che Guevara decreed he could be given free food in any establishment in Havana, so things seemed to have worked out fine for him. Later we went to the Hotel Ambos Mundas, where Hemingway stayed annually from 1928 to 1939 and visit his room (now a museum) where he wrote 3 of his books, the bed seemed incredibly small as Hemingway ...