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Trader Vic's/Polinesio, Havana, Cuba (restaurant)
mikehooker
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Joined: Jul 17, 2014
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From: Austin
Posted: 2015-11-12 3:57 pm   Permalink

We've been discussing taking a trip to Cuba this spring or early summer with another couple. For those who have gone recently, can you give any tips on the most hassle free way of traveling? I assume we can go under the guise of doing academic research to get permission from the government but how deep do they actually look into that? I've read you can slap together a travel blog and that's sufficient. If that's the case, how long does the process take til they give you the OK to travel? Being in Texas, we're contemplating just flying into Cancun and then Havana from there. Flights will be around $500 per person and we can bypass some of the hoops getting into the country. I've also heard that at this point Americans who are stopped or detained are basically just held for a while and left to sweat it but no real harm will be done. Seems a few people here have gone in the past couple years. What say you?


 
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