see the downtown section. As Cuban cities go I feel the most at home here. Very few hassles in the streets and a unique flavour all its own. Very laid back and relaxing without the constant hassles of the jinetera/os!
This is a picture of Parque Marti in downtown. In the background you can see Parroquia de Santa Catalina, an 1863 church. Difficult to see in this picture but there is a nativity scene on the facade as this picture was taken last December.
There is a new Etecsa office downtown that has three computers for internet use. You buy a card for 5CU for one hour. The cards are valid for all Etecsa offices around Cuba and like phone cards you don't need to use it all at once.
Corner of Giro and Pedro Perez.