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In the evening, you'll be picked up and be transported by a vintage American car to a local restaurant for a tasty welcome dinner in Havana.Interact with your driver to learn about the ways they've been able to maintain these vehicles throughout the years.by joe.s (edmonton, canada) 3 blacks & 8 latinas but have been with the same 2 for 15 months now. I understand their economic situation & i'm certainly no fool. I know my holiday is just as much a holiday for them as it is for me.they don't get to eat in the restaurants I bring them to, they don't get a comfortable bed to sleep in like my hotel, clean showers & toilets & i look after them.Stop at the remarkable Plaza de la Revolucion, the city's most important square and center for political talks and cultural happenings.
Whenever I’m in Havana, I feel as if I’m living inside either a swoony novel or a Hollywood thriller. I headed to the nearby Hotel Nacional for a mojito and cigar (like Che Guevara, I prefer Montecristos) at the open-air terrace bar, where a five-piece band spiced things up with hot salsa.
I savored gazpacho, goat-cheese baguette, and garlic octopus tapas alfresco.
The city’s young (bohemian in-crowd) chatted over cocktails before streaming downstairs to the adjoining Fábrica de Arte, an avant-garde cultural venue that wouldn’t be out of place in New York City’s Meatpacking District.
One recent night in Havana, I stared out the window of my friend’s house in the now faded middle-class Vedado neighborhood. My favorite nightclub, Gato Tuerto, is down the hill on Calle O.
A weary 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air wheezed past, trailed by a beaten-up Soviet-era Lada taxi rattling over the potholes. This tiny 1950s supper club has been spruced up for tourist consumption, but patrons are mostly Cubans and local expats, and I still sense that Sinatra and his Rat Pack might saunter in.