|A 75-foot high monument to the firefighters who lost their lives to the great fire of May 17, 1890.|
A typical Cuban meal is: main course--white rice, black beans, chicken, pork, or fish; salad--shredded cabbage, sliced tomatoes and cucumbers; dessert--flan, ice cream, or pureed fruit. We had some form of this meal every day we were there. Depending on the spices used and the method of cooking some meals were better than others, but every meal tasted good.
Tour of Western Havana, including Club Havana, which once was the prestigious Havana Biltmore Yacht & Country Club. Then a stop in Miramar to see a "model of the city," an intricate miniature replica of Havana.
Not busy in the piano bar today, the help was watching Avatar.
Farewell Dinner at El Gijones.