In this video I discuss how to get your Cuban visa as an American, how to book your Airbnb in Havana, how to convert your US dollars, the necessity for buying bottled water in Cuba and the wi-fi/Internet in Cuba.
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Toilet paper: 8:18-9:16
Other cities in Cuba: 12:25-14:12
Once you book your flight, here’s the number to call about your Visa questions: 1-866-589-5516.
Airbnb where I stayed: http://bit.ly/2p9CKo2
Places to go to:
Hotel Nacional: Fantastic rooftop views, drinks are a little pricey (8-10 CUC).
Havana Sights: Perfect area for an affordable lunch and live music.
Cayo Santa Maria: A beautiful beach. Only 20 minutes away from central Havana.
El Floridita: Home of the daiquiri. It’s crowded but a good place to check out.
Sala Atril: Dancing and drinking at night. Admission is 5 CUC.
-Be aware that the Spanish dialect is a little different in Cuba. It wasn’t a big problem just listen closely.
-Be respectful of their government.
-You can rent a taxi/driver for the day for 50-100 CUC.
-The emergency number in Cuba is: 106.