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Jun
28
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Transportation links – Cuba

Transportation links – Cuba National Airline Air Cubana _ click here There is no service from the airport to the center of town. It is advisable to book with your accommodation for a taxi to pick you up. The usual price is 25 cuk which is about 25 Euros. There is a currency exchange just outside the exit. The taxi drivers are used to waiting for you. Take into account the line moves very...
Jun
24
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I stayed at the Hostal D’Soto in Havana – sight and sound Casa

I stayed at the Hostal D’Soto in Havana – sight and sound Casa I stayed in no less than four casa’s in Cuba and Hostal d’Soto was my first experience. It did not disappoint. In fact my experience with this casa started long before I arrived. The owner Alejandro confirmed my booking three months in advance and was a constant source of useful information, replying patiently and promptly to every question I had and believe me I had...
Jun
24
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Cuban Music

Cuban Music You don’t have to go or look far to find music in Cuba. The island thrives on it. I recorded this short piece at the carnival museum in Santiago de Cuba where i was lucky enough to come across this performance – click here
Jun
23
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Cuba – The Facts

Cuba – The Facts Republic of Cuba República de Cuba Brief Overview 2015 Coat of Arms Capital: Havana Area: 109,884 km2 Population: 11,047,251 –  July 2014 estimate Official Language:  Spanish National Anthem: La Bayamesa – Bayamo Song Motto: Patria o Muerte, Venceremos!” (Spanish) – “Homeland or Death, we shall overcome Climate : Tropical Terrain:...
Jun
23
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Cuba – Introduction

Cuba – Introduction I spent 10 fun filled and hectic days in Cuba. I started in its magnificent, albeit crumbling colonial capital of Havana.  I took a day trip to Vinales to see the amazing mural on the side of a mountain. I took a 15 hour bus to Cuba’s second largest town Santiago to Cuba to follow in the footsteps of Revolutionary leader Fidel Castro and Che Guevara in the Sierra...
Mar
12
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Republic Square, Belgrade – Every road points to it.

Republic Square, Belgrade – Every road points to it. Just about every road in Belgrade points to this busy square, situated almost exactly in the center of this busy city. It’s not hard to see why this is one of the most popular meeting places in Belgrade for both tourists and locals alike.  Historically the square used to be where the Stambol Gate used to stand, which was once the furthest outer gate of 19th century...
Jan
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Transportation links – Barcelona

Transportation links – Barcelona Barcelona Airport For details click here Barcelona airport bus For details click here Barcelona Metro For details click here Barcelona bus lines For more info click here Trains from Barcelona (and all of Spain) For details click here Buses from Barcelona Barcelona Nord bus depot – for details click here For long distance bus line – Eurolines For...
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