Cuba

April 19, 2009 6:33 PM

Four writers on visiting Cuba

National Public Radio enlisted four travel writers to recommend what to see and do once a visitor reaches Cuba. They are Lindsey Humphries, editorial director of Frommers.com; Brendan Sainsbury of Lonely Planet; Ann Louise Bardach, author of Cuba Confidential and the forthcoming book Without Fidel; and Michael de Zayas of Fodor's.

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