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  • Ernest Hemingway Museum in HavanaHavana travel tips
    To see how one of America's greatest writer lived and worked, you should definitely visit his house which was turned into a museum. The Ernest Hemingway Museum looks pretty much the same as int the time Hemingway lived there. Full of [...]
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  • 4starsHolguin travel tips
    When going to this place make sure you stay at a 4star,you will enjoy your holiday better. [...]
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  • Hotel Gold PremiumBonao travel tips
    Travel to the mountains of the caribbean. Climb the highest peak of the Caribbean. Pico Duarte [...]
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  • Pedro SanchezSanto Domingo travel tips
    Pedro Sánchez (On the way to Miches): If you are headed to Miches in the Dominican Republic, take time to stop off in Pedro Sanchez, a rural village located in the province of El Seibo. The community members of Pedro Sánchez offer [...]
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  • Paradise JamaicaHampton travel tips
    For anyone on this site that is interested in coming to Jamaica for vacation I would first suggest that you not spend the ridiculous amount for all-inclusives, even though they tell you about the great savings. who is really going to eat [...]
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  • Woodford SquarePort-of-spain travel tips
    Woodford Square is one of the nicest place to visit it. [...]
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  • El Capitolio in HavanaHavana travel tips
    One of the grandest buildings in Havana, the Capitolio looks like a twin-building of the Capitol in Washington, DC, though it is a bit taller and longer than the latter. It's architecture is beautiful and stunning and being such a grand [...]
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  • The Old Havana (Habana Vieja)Havana travel tips
    As a legendary city, founded in 1519, the Old Havana is a glorious place to see if you travel to Cuba. The city's architecture is full of various styles of colonial, art-deco and eclectic and thus provides an amazing insight into it's [...]
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  • The Lenin Park in HavanaHavana travel tips
    Though not a typical tourist attraction, visiting Lenin Park can really give you something plus in your trip to the city. It is quite a large park, with shops and bars, an amusement park, bicycle rides and a swimming pool. You can also ride [...]
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  • Plaza de la Revolucion in HavanaHavana travel tips
    One of the world's largest squares, the Plaza de la Revolucion is not so grand at first sight, being an enormous concrete place with no shade at all. On second glance we notice the notable buildings surrounding the square, such as the Jose [...]
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Port-of-spain History

What followed were efforts to develop a coherent plan for the aspect and function of the city. St. Ann’s River was one of the main impediments because of its frequent flooding, so its course was diverted and a channel was built and consolidated in decades of hard labor. Still, the city could now develop northwards and westwards without impediment, which meant an important boom both in the number of people and in the living standards. Still, when the territory was invaded by the British in 1797, it didn’t have sufficient forces to defend itself, so it had to negotiate its position so it could still remain capital. It did so through [...]
 
 
 

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