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American Airlines says it will continue expanding flights to Cuba – Cuba Incentive Travel Associates – Cuba Travel Article

American Airlines says it will continue expanding flights to Cuba – Cuba Incentive Travel Associates Reprint from Radio Havana Cuba |  J. Miyares  | May 23, 2019 American Airlines, the leading international carrier serving Cuba, said on Wednesday that it intends to offer additional flights to the island despite moves by the United States to tighten its economic blockade and further restrict travel between the two countries. “The level of the impact is being studied, but our focus at this…

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Snorkeling in Cuba – Cuba Travel Article

Snorkeling in Cuba Written by Sophia Bass  Divers, scientists, marine-biologists and snorkelers like myself travel to Cuba to explore it’s vast marine ecosystem, home to magnificent coral reefs. Many snorkeling spots are accessible from the shore and contain a diverse array of marine life. Jardines de la Reina, about fifty miles south from the main island, was declared a Marine Natural Park in 1996. It is often known as the “Galapagos of the Caribbean.” Atlantic Blue Tang, Rock Beauty, French…

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Faculty Led programs to Cuba | Trump Announcement – Cuba Travel Article

Faculty Led programs to Cuba | Trump Announcement Faculty Led programs to Cuba : President Trump has made two announcements regarding the change in U.S. policy toward Cuba. The second one dated July 25, 2017. Is below. Trump’s major change was halting individual people to people travel to Cuba. The date that this is to be enacted  has still not been announced nor specific details of how to do so. Below find the vague rule changes.Trump also describes that this type…

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Irish Concert in Havana July 2019 – Cuba Travel Article

Irish Concert in Havana July 2019 Thursday, July 11, 2019 Irish Concert in Havana July 2019 Posted by John McAuliff at 10:53 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest No comments: Post a Comment Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Followers Blog Archive ▼  2019 (30) ▼  July (2) Irish Concert in Havana July 2019 Venezuela Update #11 ►  June (5) ►  May (5) ►  April (3) ►  March (3) ►  February (6) ►  January (6)…

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Travelling Around Cuba on a Shoestring Budget – Cuba Travel Article

Travelling Around Cuba on a Shoestring Budget Now, when I say shoestring budget I don’t mean going there completely broke – even though Cuba has two national currencies, magic beans are definitely not one of them. What I mean is that, while every vacation costs money, Cuba gives you an opportunity to really squeeze that nickel until the buffalo poops, so to speak. For all you non-Americans, this means that your money can go a really long way in Cuba…

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How to get around Havana? – Cuba Travel Article

How to get around Havana? This post explains the different ways to get from A to B in Havana. Havana is huge. A lot bigger than you think and walking is only an option if you want to limit yourself to the Old Town, Centro and Vedado.  Here’s some more info about Havana, this post is about getting from A to B (and back). You can use a multitude of public transport and different types of Taxi’s. Let’s just take…

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Hostels (Jul 2019) | Cuba – Lonely Planet Forum – Cuba Travel Article

Hostels (Jul 2019) | Cuba – Lonely Planet Forum I agree that if you are flying into Havana, you’d be better off taking the 1-hr flight to Baracoa than the 18 or 20-hour bus ride (which goes via Santiago.) If you fly Havana-Santiago, then it’s only a 6-hr bus ride to Baracoa. As explained by Poster #2, Cuba’s version of a hostel is the casa particular (private home). Most rent out two bedrooms, although a few have more. The majority…

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Hershey and Cuba — Complete Cuba – Cuba Travel Article

Hershey and Cuba — Complete Cuba We were the first company to take travelers to Hershey, Cuba, just 30 miles but a world away from Havana. This quick video from the Hershey Story Museum in Pennsylvania provides background on this “model industrial town” and shows how it looked back in the 1920s, 30s, and 40s.  https://bit.ly/2J3L14GWant to learn more about Hershey, Cuba? This article from the Hershey archives describes the town: https://bit.ly/2J3L3cO and this 40 minute video goes in-depth on the town and…

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Caribbean Tourism Organization picks Molyneaux as travel awards finalist – Cuba Travel Article

Caribbean Tourism Organization picks Molyneaux as travel awards finalist David G. Molyneaux — writer of this column and blog — is a finalist in the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s Caribbean Travel Media Awards. Winners of CTO awards will be announced tonight (June 6) at the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel, during Caribbean Week New York. I was nominated for my cruise column on Barbados that was published in the Miami Herald and in my Travel Maven Blog. It was titled: Cruising from…

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11 best things to do in Havana Cuba – Cuba Travel Article

11 best things to do in Havana Cuba In Bandcuba, bed and breakfast in Cuba, we want to show you the 11 best things to do in Havana Cuba. This jewel of the Caribbean is full of an inexplicable and unique magic. That attracts thousands of tourist every year. For a small fee you can explore and discover all the wonders of this city, the only impediments are the time and your desire to explore. Do you dare to join…

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Carnival Corp. is the first U.S. company sued for using ‘stolen’ property in Cuba | – Cuba Travel Article

Carnival Corp. is the first U.S. company sued for using ‘stolen’ property in Cuba | The Miami Herald Carnival Cruise Lines was hit Thursday with unprecedented lawsuits filed by businessmen who for decades have sought justice after their families’ properties were seized by Fidel Castro nearly 60 years ago.The Miami-based cruising conglomerate was sued in federal court by Mickael Behn and Javier Garcia-Bengochea, both of whom hold claims certified by the federal government for assets confiscated shortly after the Cuban…

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What to Do in Matanzas: Cuba’s Cultural Hidden Gem – Cuba Travel Article

What to Do in Matanzas: Cuba’s Cultural Hidden Gem Not heard of Matanzas? You’re not alone! While this capital of the province of the same name may not have hit the big time when it comes to tourist visits, that can only be a good thing for a destination that boasts beaches, caves, and historic sites – all just 90 kilometres east of Havana, and 30 kilometres west of the thriving beach resorts of Varadero. Intrigued? Wondering what to do…

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