Tourists relax at the Hotel National, overlooking Morro Castle in Havana, Cuba. After a half-century of Cold War acrimony, the United States and Cuba are moving to restore diplomatic relations. Some travelers want to see the island before it loses its frozen-in-time culture to an onslaught of U.S. hotels, chain stores and tourists.
Tourists relax at the Hotel National, overlooking Morro Castle in Havana, Cuba. After a half-century of Cold War acrimony, the United States and Cuba are moving to restore diplomatic relations. Some travelers want to see the island before it loses its frozen-in-time culture to an onslaught of U.S. hotels, chain stores and tourists. Desmond Boylan The Associated Press
Tourists relax at the Hotel National, overlooking Morro Castle in Havana, Cuba. After a half-century of Cold War acrimony, the United States and Cuba are moving to restore diplomatic relations. Some travelers want to see the island before it loses its frozen-in-time culture to an onslaught of U.S. hotels, chain stores and tourists. Desmond Boylan The Associated Press

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