Anyways is right in Vedado close to El Nacional so it is worth it to walk a couple of blocks. It is the tallest building in Havana. Outside it looks derelict, inside it does not. I don't remember the name, but when you enter in the Focsa Buiding there is a Cuban restaurant in the lowest floor next to the stores. Food excellent, professional service, fast service, cheap food with very good taste. Photos of artists in all walls. Young people working there , workers do not smoke at the restaurant door as most of all restaurants in Cuba.
The name is something Cafe. We stayed in an Airbnb apartment on an upper floor. Our big breezy balcony overlooked the city, the sea and the Hotel Nacional--fabulous! Profile JOIN. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. The View - Edificio Focsa. Edificio Focsa. Review Highlights. Reviewed June 29, Reviewed April 22, The View. Review of Edificio Focsa. Date of experience: March Ask rmilagros about Edificio Focsa. See all reviews. Related to items you viewed.
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Norwegian 2. Polish 2. Dutch 1. Japanese 1. Cross the street in LaPlaya and find the dispatcher — he should be in front of the long line of old car taxis. Tell him where you want to go you do speak a bit of spanish, right? From there, you can walk or catch a bike taxi or horse carriage or cocotaxi. Private Taxis.
This is the most expensive … and quickest way to get anywhere. CocoTaxi and BicycleTaxi. Both are fun ways to get a tour of Old Havana. The CocoTaxis seem to have a larger area.
Be sure to ask before you get in. Or maybe a Horse Drawn Carriage Tour?
Again, no idea of going rates, we walked. Illegal Taxis. We did this quite a bit and it worked fine. Some will even arrange to pick you up at a certain time i.
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Because of the diverse distances to see all the Hemingway highlights, we found an organized tour was the most cost effective — and the narration was very interesting. Our tour guides were all very fluent in English ask for an English tour and very knowledgeable. Cross Country Buses. According to other cruisers, the best is Viazul.
Rent A Car. Turn left out of your canal road and follow the curve around past the old hotel — the rental agency is on the left. No idea on rates. Keep in mind, locals told us that even though they have a car, they use taxis to get around — no parking hassle.
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And there you have it. Thanks Scott! Just keep in mind, everything in Cuba and most 3rd world countries changes daily. So things could be a bit different when you visit. Marina Hemingway used to have bus service to and from downtown. Is that still available? Been a few years since I was last there.
Bus service? Just wanted to say I love reading through your blog and it look forward to your post. Hello,Neat post.