Classic cars from the fifties make this a car lovers paradise! Many are beautifully maintained...of course with a lot of ingenuity, an non-genuine parts.
The colors of cars and buildings defy description.
They cruise about everywhere
Some cars are in about the same condition as the buildings they are parked in front of.
Graffiti colors coordinate nicely with the cars
Looks like a candy shop. Convertibles are popular
And boy, are we proud of our ride!
When wings on cars rivaled those on angels.
Cars don't go to cemeteries to die. They go there to show off.
Riding in high style
Chill'n by the gravestones.
Russian Lada's never were very reliable. Maybe the best place for them is in a cemetery.
Taking in some air on the side of the road overlooking the city on a nice afternoon.
Rolling with a purpose. What ever happened to colors in car paint? How about two-tone cars, and all that blingy chrome?
Another chevy from the age when cars looked different from each other and changed each year.
Defending Havana...El Moro
Sugar cane and pineapple. A delicacy.
The capitol building, being renovated. Looks a lot like the one I'd D.C.
The cruise terminal has a long way to go
Our ship sits near where the battleship Maine blew up, igniting the Spanish-American war.
Wall art alongside street art
Getting the lowdown from a fortune teller
A gentle and cheerful soul
Colorful vendor of vein clogging pork fat...chicaron...at least that's what we called it in Mexico.
Cubans have a lower child mortality rate, and higher literacy rate than the USA.
Churros... more good fried food.
City streets in Old Havana. A chevy rolls next to a Russian Lada
Near the capitol building
Colorful car in front of sign of Cienfuegos, an important revolutionary. The sign says "vas bien Fidel"..your doing well Fidel
Urban grit and color, near the capitol.
This won't be the same with a new coat of paint.
Evening in front of the cathedral
Havana from the ship
The waterfront decay up close