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Bucket

When you make a bucket list you think you will fill it with happiness. I taught ESL abroad and always wanted to someday see somebody found English useful enough to come to America legally. LEGALLY, key word. So I was visiting relatives in Summerville, SC and I glance at my Facebook feed and...

permalink written by  carseat tourist on June 7 from Summerville, United States
from the travel blog: Bucket List



Bucket

When you make a bucket list you think you will fill it with happiness. I taught ESL abroad and always wanted to someday see somebody found English useful enough to come to America legally. LEGALLY, key word. So I was visiting relatives in Summerville, SC and I glance at my Facebook feed and...

permalink written by  carseat tourist on June 7 from Summerville, United States
from the travel blog: Bucket List



Day 6 - Las Terrazas

Visit Las Terrazas to learn about the environmental protection in this biosphere reserve. Sip a cup of coffee at Cafe de Maria. Visit three artists studios (Henry, Ariel, Lester). Lunch at Casa del Campesino. Continue the trip to the airport to board our flight home.

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on June 6 from Havana, Cuba
from the travel blog: Cuba (2017)



Day 5 - Vinales

Drive to the Viñales valley. Its landscape is interspersed with dramatic rocky outcrops. Lunch at Finca Agroecologica El Paraiso (farm-to-table). Amazing. Check in at casas particulares (private homes). Walk into Vinales and then horseback riding to a tobacco plantation. Dinner at family...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on April 13 from Vinales, Cuba
from the travel blog: Cuba (2017)



Day 4 - Photography and Art

Morning visit to the School of Creative Photography of Havana Visit additional artists studios. Lunch at "Living Havana" for a Cubano. Afternoon at Finca Vigia,to learn about Hemingway's life in Cuba and the place that inspired him to write "The Old Man and the Sea". More walking through...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on April 12 from Havana, Cuba
from the travel blog: Cuba (2017)



Day 3 -- Passover

Revolution Square, cemetery, Art Studio of Jose Fuster in Jaimanitas. Lunch at palador in Miramar area? In the afternoon, we visited the Museum of Cuban Art, studio of Painter Salvador Gonzalez, and the Mayot Family studio. The day ended with attendance at a Passover Seder at the local...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on April 11 from Havana, Cuba
from the travel blog: Cuba (2017)



Day 2 - Colonial Trails

Walk through Old Havana. Lunch at “Paladar La Moneda Cubana". After lunch, complete the Old Havana tour visiting the Cuban Association of Artisans. Return to the hotel for rest and leisure. Dinner will be served at Paladar "Cuba Pasion".

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on April 10 from Havana, Cuba
from the travel blog: Cuba (2017)



Day 1

Check in at Habana Libre Hotel in the neighborhood of El Vedado. Dinner will be served at 7PM at paladar "Cañonazo". Canon blast ceremony at 9PM.

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on April 9 from Havana, Cuba
from the travel blog: Cuba (2017)



What a day

Landed in Madrid, did not sleep to well on the plane. Arrived in Madrid, Kevin was there to meet me! Made it so much easier. Thanks kev! Got my cute place, had wine with the owner, then off kev and I went. Walked all over Madrid, through this amazing park. Ended up stopping for wine and tapas....

permalink written by  katieandboo on March 29 from Madrid, Spain
from the travel blog: Camino



Camino

Toni Loomis is going to Spain to do the Pilgrimage walk, tonight is her farewell dinner. Tuesday she heads to Spain and will update us along her journey.

permalink written by  katieandboo on March 26, 2017 from Tacoma, United States
from the travel blog: Camino


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