Here are the last of the best pictures from Havana.
The view from the roof of our Casa’s building.
Cuban welding machine.
A train yard beside a cigar museum that we tried to visit but it was closed. These trains have come from all over the world and are being restored, some to working condition for a museum.
Trains are used in Cuba to transport cane to the sugar mills. The boys were hot and disappointed that the museum was closed but their faces lit up when they saw the train yard.
In Canada, you would never be allowed into the repair yard; not the case in Cuba. The security guard actually waved us to go in when we were looking through the gate.
Che. They love their Ernesto “Che” Guevara, the Argentinean who came to Cuba with Fidel on the Granma to help fight the Revolution.
View from the top of steeple of Basilica Menor de San Francisco de Asis
The entrance channel into Havana Harbor. These little boats are used for fishing but I don’t think they go out very often.
Another Paladar we ate at. Food less expensive and less inspired but a great atmosphere.
The Paladar Dona Eutimia near the Cathedral. Finding it was a breeze – not. Notice the well placed massive sign inviting you in to the restaurant.
Having a TuKola (coke) at the restaurant.