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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
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... a hammer head, metal fish, wooden rhino, and clay cupped hands. At the grand hotel we purchased an hour's use of email time and found out why people did not bother with it. Hotmail and Google are difficult to use, actually probably impossible, Anthea eventually got into face book after 37 minutes - advised that his was a possibility by a fellow user, and Mac managed to get his email which is yahoo linked - what a palaver. We needed resuscitation after this so sat ...
... as those in Havana, and most were single storey. The local transport was interesting, old buses or similar, horse drawn carriages the American Classic cars, tricycle taxis etc. Horse and carts were used a lot for transporting people and goods around. The town is laid out in a grid pattern with stops at each crossing other than the main Prada. There were also plenty of dogs and some cats, all appeared well cared for and some did sleep in odd ...
... we have arrived thank goodness' beers there. We went for a short walk down the road to the beach and saw the beautiful sunset. This casa particulates provided evening meals which we decide to sample. Our meal that night consisted of amazing bean and pork soup, fancy garlic bread, a fair sized fish each - baked in the outside oven, with a grand rice dish and salad. We decided that ice cream to go with it would be a bit much. We finished with tea, herbal of some ...
... match. What's the point of having two countries when they're both **** at football?! Why couldn't I have married a Brazilian?!
The next day we walked around the city for a bit and then we decided it was too hot and went to the Sailing Club for a swim in their pool and a couple of ubiquitous mojitos. That night we strolled along the Malecon, which is just as great a place to hang out as its ...
After a week in Havana which included a crash course in revolutionary history we were heading to the Bay of Pigs. After discussions with the gentlemen who had organized our accommodation it was decided to hire a car and driver rather than just a car. The cost was going to be about the same and the driver would supposedly improve our ability to navigate and communicate with the locals. We all agreed this was a great plan, however, car and driver problems began before ...