We get off the bus and pass through the entry gate into Old Havana.
Here is our wonderful Cuban tour guide Osmell
telling us about the history of Old Havana.
He called us "Family", so we called him "Papi" (Cuban for Daddy) .
Susan loves old doors...
...and John loves Susan.
Let's all take pictures of the peacock now.
Roberta admiring a cloak from Kuwait.
A small state-owned store.
Here is what they sold there.
Do you want to buy a Cuban Guiro?
Now where is that BIG bottle of wine!
In a local monastery, the skylight collects water...
...that flows down this pipe...
...behind this iron priest...
...and fills this underground water storage area.
A library of very old books fill this cross.
Outside we were treated to a spontaneous parade of people in costumes.
Then, a parade of stilt-walkers danced down the street...
...to the beat of the drums.
The parade ended with a group of high-spirited girls and boys dancing like crazy!
This street, with the Cuban Capital at the end, was used to film several movies.
Here is the original location of the famous Buena Vista Social Club.
A typical side street in Havana.
Another lunch with music had Papi, Marlys, , Darlene, Roberta and others up dancing.
Next was the Havana Club Rum tour. Oh boy!
The colorful stained-glass windows...
...added color to the exhibits.
A large model train layout showing the original Havana Club rum factory.
Everyone talks about Cuban cigars. Did you know they were this big?
The Basilica y Convento de San Francisco.
Here is a few shots of some of the taxis we saw today.