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26Apr

From Cuba, With Love

Photo courtesy of Angela, Travel Diva

As I write this month's installment I am sailing the Caribbean en route to Havana, Cuba.  In the last week we've experienced Cienfuegos, ' La Perla del Sur (Pearl of the South)' and Santiago de Cuba, 'Birthplace of the Revolution.'  Both places are fascinating and steeped in history.  Cienfuegos with its Neoclassical buildings, wide boulevards, and sparkling bay has a heavy French influence evident everywhere you look.  Once the capital of Cuba, Santiago de Cuba is Cuba's second largest city and the original home of Bacardi rum and Son music.  It is also said to be where the Cuban revolution had its beginnings. 
Since you couldn't be with me on this trip, accept the following as my photo postcard to you.  

From Cuba, with love!
Travel Diva Angela

More photos as well as information about the Travel Diva's next adventures can be found at www.star1vacations.com.

Photo courtesy of Angela, Travel Diva

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