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May

16

Where have All the 50's Cadillacs Gone?

Cadillac word origin - From the name of the French explorer Antoine de La Mothe Cadillac (1658–1730), who founded the city of Detroit, where the cars are manufactured­.


Apr

27

In Search of Hemingway

“Papa was a rolling stone. Wherever he laid his hat was his home.” But when Ernesto “Papa” Hemingway “laid his hat” in Cuba, it became his “home” for over twenty years. I needed to know why.


Apr

13

Three Can't-Miss Museums in Cuba

Cuba is a rare gem as far as countries go. In many ways, it fits perfectly into the mold of its Latin American cohorts and Caribbean neighbors. But in many, ways it’s in many ways.

To really know and understand what makes Cuba undeniably Cuban, you need to take a deep dive into the island’s culture. And one of your first stops should be to the island’s museums.


Apr

06

Cuban's Love Americans: #4 Reason Why Cuba is a Unique Travel Destination

The Caribbean, with its string of white sandy beaches and colorful cultures, has long drawn snowbirds and cruise enthusiasts from around the globe. While Cuba, the largest of the Caribbean’s island nations, does have its fair share of white sandy beaches that rival any of its neighbors, there is plenty that sets Cuba apart -- not just from other destinations in the Caribbean, but from any other destination in the world. 

#4 Reason Why Cuba is a Unique Travel Destination: Cubans love Americans


Apr

02

5 Must Do’s in Havana:

The exotic capital city of Havana is full of sights, sounds, smells and colors. When you only have a few days it’s hard to know what to do, but veteran traveler Howie Axelrod has narrowed down the list to five can’t miss spots.


Mar

21

CUBA IS STUCK IN TIME: #3 REASON WHY CUBA IS A UNIQUE TRAVEL DESTINATION

Almost exactly 57 years ago, the Kennedy Administration imposed the first legislation restricting exports to Cuba. Many other U.S. Administrations have since followed suit, growing what is commonly known today as the U.S. embargo of Cuba. 

Because Cuba’s trade has been restricted for the last half century, you’ll truly notice how dated everything is; from the cars on the road, to the architecture, and even to the Wi-Fi connection!


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