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... Cuban pesos have a much lower value than do Cucs. For example, a Cuban doctor, all of whom are government employees, is paid a salary of about 40 Cuban pesos per month. Trading currency on the street carries a legal penalty and a fraud potential. Trade a dollar and get just under one Cuc. Trade that same dollar and get around 24 pesos. But, as a foreigner, you cannot spend Cuban pesos. Foreigners may spend only CuCs. It is all very confusing.
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... Ultimately, the receptionist came back and said everything was OK. Once I had the key, I went up to the room with the luggage, leaving Leslie in the lobby on the phone. She was still on the phone when I returned. It was shortly after 21:00 when she achieved success in our quest to get home. Our new routing was to Colorado Springs via DFW.
We had a glass of wine, a late dinner, and then retired for the remainder of the ...
Our flight to Miami was smooth and we landed a few minutes ahead of schedule. After grabbing our bags Monica and Marcelo picked us up curbside and unknown to us we were in for a great treat. They took us to Little Havana and we ate at a very famous Cuban restaurant called Versailles. The food was amazing and after a long leisurely meal we walked outside to the cafe associated with the restaurant for a cup of Cuban coffee. It comes in a ...