My travel buddy and I traveled to Cuba enough times to have seen most of the country from Pinar del Rio to Baracoa, and most of the large cities in the north and south of the country. It was a good thing that my travel buddy spoke fluent Spanish, because we were able to take public transportation and stay at B&B's. He's Canadian, but now lives in Loreto, Mexico. He and I have traveled all over Europe, South America and Asia, because my wife hates travel. I still have good memories of Cuba, and miss my friends there. Unfortunately, my wife now restricts my travel to the US and Canada. On our last trip, I took a camera that produces a picture right away. I remember a family who dressed up to have their photo taken, a young couple with their son. I don't even know what happened to that photo-maker. My favorites places in Havana; La Guarida paladar, Nacional Hotel, Parque Central Hotel, Smokey Joe's restaurant and bar, the art museums, Partagas cigar factory, Capitolio, and the many bars and cigar rooms. I brought back two Partagas D4 cigars, and shared one with my younger son. He's now gone, but I was able to take him on a trip to China that he really enjoyed. He complained for several days after our visit to the Great Wall about his aching leg; he climbed up to the top.