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Forbidden Land

While Cuba Remains Off-Limits to Americans, Havana and the Island's Beaches Draw Tourists from the Rest of the World
Mark Vaughan
From the Print Edition:
Linda Evangelista, Autumn 95

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D El Ranchon *
(La Casa de 5 y 16)
Fifth Avenue and 16 (Miramar)
Phone: (537) 29 40 40
Dinner: $30 w/wine or beer

E La Cecilia *
Fifth Avenue and 110 (Miramar)
Phone: (537) 22 07 21
Dinner: $50 w/wine

F 1830
Calzada and 20 (Vedado)
Phone: (537) 39 90 70
Dinner: $60 w/wine

 

Cigar Stores

8 Casa del Habano--Partagas Factory *
Industria No. 520 (Old Havana)
Phone: (537) 33 80 60

9 Palacio del Tabaco--La Corona Factory *
Agramonte 106 (Old Havana)
Phone: (537) 33 83 89

10 Infotur (Manzana de Gomez)
Paseo del Prado y Neptuno (Old Havana)
Phone: (537) 63 69 60

11 Palacio de Artesanias
Cuba No. 64
Phone: (537) 62 44 07

12 Fifth Avenue *
Fifth Avenue and 16 (Miramar)
Phone: (537) 29 40 40


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joe a acosta January 3, 2014 7:25pm ET

this is a very well established magazine with lots of information for the average cigar smoker as well as the aficionado!!


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