You feel like you have stepped back in time… View of Morro Castle. Named after the three biblical Magi, the fortress has guarded the entrance to Havana Bay since 1589. Plaza de la Revolucion (Revolution Square) one of the largest squares in the world. The Vinales Valley – A UNESCO World Heritage Site filled with rocky outcrops, forest hikes, caves and tobacco plantation. Ernest Hemingway’s Havana home, Finca Vigia One of Hemingway’s typewriters The beach speaks for itself! Fusterlandia – Scroll to get the full panoramic view of, looking out from, Fuster’s home towards the village. One of the entrances to Fusterlandia – the studio, residence and “world” of ceramic artist Jose Rodriguez Fuster. Inspired by Gaudi and Picasso, Fuster’s work is spread throughout a once sleepy fishing village. Invited by neighbors to extend his artwork to their homes, Fuster’s work stretches for many blocks across the village. Callejon de Hamel is a two block long alley decorated by local Afro-Cuban artists. Afro Cubanism is a key part of Cuba’s history and present life. Doorway along Callejon de Hamal Art along the Callejon de Hamel An evening dominos match at sunset along the Malecon. Dominos is a serious pastime in Cuba. Spending the evening listening to some of Latin America’s biggest starts. Audience participation is in great abundance! he world famous Tropicana Club, still going strong! November 7, 2019 · Edited · The National Capitol Building, built in the 1920’s and modeled after the U.S. Capitol Countryside view along the way to Soroa View of the valley from the Soroa Orchid Botanical Gardens A short walk in the forest leads you to the waterfall “El Salto de Soroa” in Soroa National Park Local tobacco farmers still roll the famous Cuban cigar by hand. World class art, theater, music, cafes, dancing and performance spaces all under one massive “roof”. Glimpses of the cafe portions of the Fabrica de Arte. Havana’s Adath Isreal Synagogue Sunset view from a local Palador (a private restaurant. Paladors offer some of the best local food. Eating in them supports the Cuban people, and is therefore the restaurants US citizens may request per US law). Plaza de Catedral in Old Havana
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