Robert Pryor, of Cleveland Ohio, waits to get his ticket at Miami International Airport for a charter offered by Island Travel & Tours. He was among the many people lining up for travel to Cuba on New Year's Day 2015.
Robert Pryor, of Cleveland Ohio, waits to get his ticket at Miami International Airport for a charter offered by Island Travel & Tours. He was among the many people lining up for travel to Cuba on New Year's Day 2015. CW Griffin Miami Herald Staff
Robert Pryor, of Cleveland Ohio, waits to get his ticket at Miami International Airport for a charter offered by Island Travel & Tours. He was among the many people lining up for travel to Cuba on New Year's Day 2015. CW Griffin Miami Herald Staff

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November 08, 2015 07:49 PM

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