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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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Mexico

Cuban Tourist Office
Insurgentes Sur No. 421
Complejo Aristo,
Edif "B," Local 310
Mexico D.F. CP-06100
Phone: (52) 5 574-9454

Cubanatours
Baja California 255
Edif. "B," Despacho 103
Colonia Hipódromo
Condesa
Mexico D.F. CP-06100
Phone: (52) 5 264-2107
Fax: (52) 5 264-2865

U.K.

Cuban Tourist Office
High Holborn
London Rue 1, Vepa, U.K.
Phone: (44) 171 836-3606
Fax: (44) 171 836-2602

Cubanacan
39A High Street
Hoddesdon, Herst
U.K. EN118TA
Phone: (44) 99 246-6690
Fax: (44) 99 246-8064
U.S.A.

Marazul Tours Inc.
Tower Plaza, 4100 Park Avenue
Weehawken, NJ 07087
Phone: (201) 319-9670
Fax: (201) 319-9009

In Havana

Hotels (Rates may vary with the season. Use your hotel concierge for tickets/addresses to nightclubs and cabarets.)

1 Meliá Cohiba *
Avenue Paseo
Phone: (537) 33 36 36
Fax: (537) 33 45 55
Room rates: $150 to $400 for a suite


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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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