A Visit to San Rafael Blvd. in Havana

Photo Feature by Elio Delgado

San Rafael Blvd. in Havana

HAVANA TIMES, April 29 — San Rafael Boulevard is a highly trafficked pedestrian link in Centro Habana running five blocks between Prado and Galiano Streets.

Filled with shops, eateries and street vendors it features many places that sell in regular Cuban pesos as well as those offering products in CUC, the hard currency on the par with the US Dollar.

It’s a don’t miss for visitors wanting to just observe a slice of life in the capital.

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  • The racial component does not escape me. It´s been done on purpose by the displaced counter-revolutionay element self-annexed to the capitalist-racist-imperialist empire so that those who do not WANT to know and REFUSE to understand that the island bears more than half a century of yankee genocidal blockade.

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