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      base ball game

      Varadero 7 hours ago

      We are staying in a Varadero hotel and we want to see a base ball game in Varadero on a saturday night. Is it possible to take a taxi to bring us to the game and afterwards bring us back to the hotel? What is the price for the rides? Where can we find a taxi? In the hotel area? thanks

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      Where to meet expats in Cuba

      Cuba Jan 14, 2016 at 1:05 AM

      Any places in Havana where I should look to meet up with other interesting world travelers and Expats while I'm there in February (2016)?
      Also, anyone know where in Havana I can watch FCB (Barcelona futbol team) play? Any sports bars or futbol cafes?

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    • Theater, baseball, danze and shows in august in La Habana

      Cuba 19 hours ago

      Hi, I want to know if there are theatre, dance, and concerts shows in august in habana and if it is possible to go for tourist, also if is possible to book in advance in the main ones.
      I´m NOT talking about women with fruit in the head dancing in hotels, I mean normal theater even far from center and if they are in bad conditions.

      Algo if there area baseball games in august. Thank you very much

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      First visit alone to Cuba

      Havana Jan 16, 2016 at 1:30 AM

      I want to go toCuba from USA, but for the US citizens is nesessery VISA but I have double citizenship and another passport of that country which is not required passport. Can I go to Havana with this passport without VISA?

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      trip report

      Cuba Feb 4, 2016 at 9:19 AM

      Did anyone travel to Cuba with go ahead tours?

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    • Gps camera

      Cuba Jan 17, 2016 at 4:58 PM

      I have a gopro video camera with gps and I understand gps is not allowed in Cuba. Can I bring this camera to Cuba, is it going to e confiscated

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      suggestions for a trip from trinidad to vinales

      Cuba Jan 10, 2016 at 12:07 PM

      hi there
      we are planning a trip from trinidad to vinales. it take 2 days by viazul bus due to bus schedule and must pass through havana. so we are looking for other options that include stops in places along the way.
      any suggestions for points of interests on the way?
      any suggestions about transport that dont include renting a car?
      thanks
      gil

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      Accommodation in Cuba

      Havana Jan 13, 2016 at 10:54 AM

      Hola everyone. My two girlfriends and I are planning on travelling to Cuba in November. We have had trouble finding accommodation there. Does anyone have suggestions for where to stay. We are looking Havana and Trinidad. Much as Gracie's in advance. Tricia

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    • Gps camera

      Cuba Jan 17, 2016 at 5:01 PM

      I have a gopro video camera with gps and I understand gps is not allowed in Cuba. Can I bring this camera to Cuba, is it going to e confiscated

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    • re' cell phone

      Cuba Jan 12, 2016 at 3:22 PM

      re' cel phone where can i buy a simcard in havana,how much for would they charge me I only want my phone for emergency

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      Tourist card, Money Xchange, Shuttles, water - oh, my!!!

      Cuba Jan 16, 2016 at 1:32 PM

      Going to Cuba in February on an organized volunteer mission (Jakera) flying out of Tijuana with AeroMexico - who were totally unhelpful on the phone, - so I need help!
      1. Tourist card/visa - they said I get it at the airport. True? At the airline, where? How much?
      2. Shuttle or "la Puente" to the TIJ airport from San Diego - how do I get it, where, etc. Time to get from SD to TIJ on it?
      3. Water - safe or filtered or bottled available? Should I guy a filtered water bottle prior to going? Suggestions?
      4. Money Exchange - Cuba charges 10% on U.S. Funds to exchange in Cuba. Should I exchange some money in TIJ before my flight (fees to be considered) and keep some U.S. Funds for emergency or if needed. Would the exchange rates work in my favor or against me - considering Cuba's 10% fee and Mexican exchange rates. I'm lost.
      5. TIPPING and BEGGING - Also, should I get a few CUPs in change to give the kiddies? Is tipping expected, how much to give a begging kid? Will I need CUPs for buses or other local stuff?

      Thanks so much for any advice.
      Cheers,
      DJ

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    • US citizens travel to Cuba from Mexico

      Cuba Jan 18, 2016 at 2:15 PM

      We're 2 retired women, US Citizens, staying in Mexico. We'd like to go to Cuba for 10 days. Understand it's not sanctioned by US gov't, but also know many people do it. Please give us some advice on how to proceed. We will be returning to Mexico.

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      Independent travel in Cuba

      Cuba Feb 1, 2016 at 4:51 AM

      We are an older couple, who have travelled independently in several countries over the years, but we do NOT speak Spanish, and was wondering if we are likely to have much trouble trying to travel independently in Cuba.

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    • Traveling in Costa Rica with a baby

      by poullafouca Online Now Oct 5, 2005 at 9:42 PM

      Hi, going to CR for 3 weeks in Dec/Jan, plannning on Nosara, Montezuma, Papagayo (attending a wedding there), then spending a week in the Osa Peninsula.
      I would really appreciate some advice.

      1. Should we rent a car when we arrive? Drive to Nosara with the 11 month old very hot, tired, annoyed baby? Or fly there, then rent a car later on to schlep about from Montezuma.

      2. Should we fly up to Papagayo from Montezuma? Or drive?

      3. Definitely going to fly to Osa from Papagayo, then fly back up to San Jose to go home.

      4. Also, stay in Mal Pais, or Montezuma, which is more local, charming, not too mad and touristy.

      Any and all advice about this first trip with our baby would be really appreciated. We are not going to be doing any big adventure stuff, just being laid back and absorbing the greeness and beauty.

      I just feel a bit lost, you know, like, if it was just us two we'd just rent a vehicle and explore, but you can't really bang a baby about in the back of a bumpy car all day, so we are trying to really find a way to have a fab time. I just feel a bit nervous about all the stuff I read about potholes, dreadful roads, really, really lon journeys from a to b.

      Any experienced advice would be so welcome

      Thanks

      Poulla