Airbnb Co-founder Nathan Blecharczyk gets out of a classic American car taxi as he arrives at the guesthouse of Armando Usain in Havana. Airbnb is one of the first major U.S. businesses to venture into Cuba since the U.S. and Cuba began a process of normalizing relations last December.
Airbnb Co-founder Nathan Blecharczyk gets out of a classic American car taxi as he arrives at the guesthouse of Armando Usain in Havana. Airbnb is one of the first major U.S. businesses to venture into Cuba since the U.S. and Cuba began a process of normalizing relations last December. Desmond Boylan AP
Airbnb Co-founder Nathan Blecharczyk gets out of a classic American car taxi as he arrives at the guesthouse of Armando Usain in Havana. Airbnb is one of the first major U.S. businesses to venture into Cuba since the U.S. and Cuba began a process of normalizing relations last December. Desmond Boylan AP

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