A vintage car is about to take a spin in Havana. Cuba offers visitors beaches, mountains, a rich history and plenty to keep nostalgia buffs, enamored of life in the 1950s, occupied.
A vintage car is about to take a spin in Havana. Cuba offers visitors beaches, mountains, a rich history and plenty to keep nostalgia buffs, enamored of life in the 1950s, occupied. Mimi Whitefield Miami Herald Staff
A vintage car is about to take a spin in Havana. Cuba offers visitors beaches, mountains, a rich history and plenty to keep nostalgia buffs, enamored of life in the 1950s, occupied. Mimi Whitefield Miami Herald Staff

Caribbean tourism feels winds of change from Cuba

July 09, 2015 04:14 PM

UPDATED July 10, 2015 08:38 PM

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