Spiaggia Playa Bacuranao
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... the façade was left.
Calle de los oficios
From there we went towards this famous road – and saw like an underground tunnel system…
We came by the house of Arabica, where we had to peek inside to a very nice fountain area. Also we saw here the first living quarters with balcony’s and lots of wiring hanging around
... no new automobiles in Cuba—again due to the embargo. American vehicles here were built in the 50’s and have been maintained because nobody can buy a new car. I quickly note that there are many cars of the late forties and fifties. I see lots of Chevys—55s, 56s, 57s, a few 58s and only one 59. By 1960, the embargo was on; so you see no American vehicle made after 1959; none. Therefore, there are many innovative modes of transportation in ...
... his house which are across the road from each other. The house is attached to one of the two cafés in the street, which the artist also owns and where I was given a breakfast cocktail called a Negron. Based on rum of course.
Callejon Hamel is adjacent to San Lazaro so I followed this all the way back to Prado, then turned right to get back to the hotel. The walk took about 30 minutes, but the south side of the street is lined with tall buildings so I was in the shade for most ...
La Patronata, the Ashkenazie (and main) synagogue in Havana is located in Vedada, about a mile from our hotel.The synagogue fell into disrepair after the revolution when the vast majority of Cuba's once vibrant Jewish community left for the United States and Israel; for the last thirty plus years it has been has been restored and maintained by the Joint Distribution Committees (aka El Joint) of first Canada and then the United ...
... palm. Vinales a valley town in the hinterland surrounded by table top mountains was my first stop, small and quaint with rocking chairs on every front porch, the locals sit outside and smoke and talk late into the night. A horse named Rambo with incredibly regular bowels for an hour ride saw my group bond over sketchy moments and rogue ponies. Central americas second largest cave a UNESCO site a beautiful mix of stalagmite and stalactites, and a ...
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