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Matanzas, Central Cuba, Cuba
A real Cuban city for a slice of real Cuban life ... see people go about their ways... see communism in action ... see some impressive buildings too and numerous bookstores and parks... see Fidel Castro and Che Guavera pasted here and there... try and mix with the locals here and get here on a local bus too if you can... it gives a much more authentic experience of Cuba than sun-bathing in tourist enclosures like Varadero...just walk around the city...
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Bacunayagua, Central Cuba, Cuba
At Bacunayagua, the bridge connecting the provinces of Havana and Matanzas is the highest in Cuba, and it is spectacularly located, straddling a canyon near the coast. To the north, you can see the beautiful blue waters and to southeast the bridge and tree-filled canyon. Bacunayagua is near Puerto Escondido, between Havana and Matanzas. There is a restaurant and shops near the bridge, with largely tacky souvenirs and the usual blender drinks. They sometimes have interesting books though.
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Matanzas, Central Cuba, Cuba
Amazing!! The best "PiƱas Coladas" in Bellamar...
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San Juan, Central Cuba, Cuba
Awesome beach, white sandy beach with the prettiest water I have ever seen
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Matanzas, Central Cuba, Cuba
Rose tinted glasses needed!
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Matanzas, Central Cuba, Cuba
A real Cuban city for a slice of real Cuban life ... see people go about their ways... see communism in action ... see some impressive buildings too and numerous bookstores and parks... see Fidel Castro and Che Guavera pasted here and there... try and mix with the locals here and get here on a local bus too if you can... it gives a much more authentic experience of Cuba than sun-bathing in tourist enclosures like Varadero...just walk around the city...
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Matanzas, Central Cuba, Cuba
It smells everywhere on streets. Until they do something with it you can skip this city or to come there for 2 hours on your way from Varadero to Havana just to take a look at the book-store in front of the Theater. That's very interesting how they do books there
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