LITTLEHAVANA, Miami. Last year I traveled to Havana, and when I came back, I had a Cuban complex. I paid attention to Cuba's domestic economy and all the news about the normalization of relations between Cuba and the United States. This is also the fun of traveling. Miami is very close to Havana. At that time, Cuba's domestic policy, liquidation of foreign enterprises and land reform, around hundreds of thousands of Cubans went to Miami, relatively concentrated in the current small Havana region. Little Hawa is also home to many immigrants from Central and South America, whose main language is Spanish. When we arrived in Miami, we immediately visited Little Havana. We took No. 207 to Little Havana in the government center of the light rail. After passing a gas station with a huge star and stripe flag, we began to feel the atmosphere of Little Havana and take pictures along the street. Come back and take No. 208 back to the central government station. Miami's Little Havana neighborhood is much busier than Cuba's Havana. Colorful house, pink, orange, light blue, goose yellow, looking very happy. The exterior of the old houses in Hava, Cuba, is also painted in colour, but many of them are out of repair and worn out. Little Havana has a strong commercial atmosphere, less beautiful scenery of the Caribbean coast, friendship and simplicity of the citizens. I asked a lot of questions along the way, but I didn't see a real Cuban. Coloured cocks stand outside the Little Havana Information Center, a Cuban souvenir shop with a red Miami double-decker tourist bus. In Cuba, no big cock has ever been seen to do LOGO. We asked the shop owner whether the cock is a symbol of diligence, or whether it has not solved our doubts. There are many kinds of tourism, Miami / Havana, the two elements add up to inject more connotation into the commodity, very popular with tourists. When traveling in Havana, due to the local government's control policy, only tobacco factory outlets, hotels sell cigars, individual residents with small boxes to sell a small amount of cigars, it is difficult to see the production site. Little Havana is everywhere. There are many cigar shops with exquisite layout. There are technicians cutting tobacco leaves and making them. The finished cigars are beautifully packaged. Advertisements selling cigars have a large number of guides and low prices. A single cigar for tasting costs only two dollars. Tourists can be seen savoring cigars in the street. In a specialty store, Grandpa was sitting there holding a model cigar. There were pictures of Cuban flags and Churchill smoking cigars. Little Havana restaurant is the most lively, colorful layout, Cuban flag, Hemingway pictures everywhere, some playing enthusiastic music, some diners dancing on the spot. Serve Latin American meals. Spanish tacos are very popular. We saw a lot of old people playing cards in the small Havana block activity station. It looks like mahjong. The cards are much longer than mahjong. They are dominoes. They also play chess and poker. Old people gather, chat and play cards. They seem to live happily, and they don't conflict with taking pictures. The murals on the streets of Little Havana are very distinctive. They are Cuban elements. The pictures are more beautiful, vivid and exaggerated. This little Havana scenic spot has been around for several years, and now the improvement of relations between the United States and Cuba is under way, attracting more tourists to pay attention to the little Havana.
Miami has a lot of Cuban immigrants, and it's very natural to form such a gathering area as Little Havana. The streets and buildings of Little Havana are very distinctive. There are museums with Cuban elements, McDonald's with Cuban elements, small Starlight Avenue with Cuban elements and so on. Walking in Little Havana, the occasional graffiti and cock sculptures on the street attract our attention. When visiting gift shops, the gifts inside are basically difficult to buy in other places that are not South America. Colour matching represents the unrestrained enthusiasm of South America at a glance.
Take No. 207 to Little Havana in the government center of the light rail, pass a gas station with a huge star and stripe flag, and begin to feel the atmosphere of Havana. Coloured cocks stand outside the Little Havana Information Center, a Cuban souvenir shop with a red Miami double-decker tourist bus. There are many kinds of tourism, Miami / Havana, the two elements add up to inject more connotation into the commodity, very popular with tourists. There are many cigar shops with exquisite layout. There are technicians cutting tobacco leaves and making them. The finished cigars are beautifully packaged. Advertisements selling cigars have a large number of guides and low prices. A single cigar for tasting costs only two dollars. Little Havana restaurant is the most lively, colorful layout, Cuban flag, Hemingway pictures everywhere, some playing enthusiastic music, some diners dancing on the spot. Serve Latin American meals. Spanish tacos are very popular.
Miami is located in Sunshine State, Florida, known as the capital of Latin America, and has a large number of Cuban descendants. To visit Miami's Cuban tradition, you have to come to Little Havana. Calle Ocho is the heart of Little Havana. Calle Ocho means "Eighth Street". There is a restaurant that sells sandwiches that are very delicious. It sells bread, which is just crisp and well-known. It turned out that Cuban sandwiches were so famous that they had no idea before they came. Sure enough, it would be better to travel thousands of miles to read thousands of books.
Havana's special restaurant enjoys Cuban food and a rare lively restaurant atmosphere abroad, visiting and purchasing authentic Cuban cigars. Master Cuba with Cuban cigars on the side of the road, saw me taking pictures of them and poss, as well as Cubans playing games similar to Chinese Pai Nine.
Lacarreta Hotel is famous in the local area for its high cost performance and good taste. Little Havana is a must-see tourist spot in Miami. The shops in Little Havana are filled with Cuban cigars. They play warm Latin music and drink a Cuban rum in the bar. They look at the statue of Jose Marty, the independent pioneer of Cuba standing in the center of Little Havana. The handmade cigars at the entrance of the street store are full of Latin flavor.
Little Havana is a Cuban gathering area, especially recommended. The street is not long. It's just an hour's walk down the street. We spent more time buying souvenirs and came back just an hour. There is a restaurant nearby. It is said that Cuban food is the best in the world. The store is very big, there are many dishes, the service is good, not expensive, online reviews are super high. We went to his house with admiration.
Little Havana is really worth coming. It's a gathering area for South Americans in Miami. It's great to come here for vacation. There are many restaurants, bars and shops. Special souvenirs, artworks, books, audio-visual products, Cuban cigars and so on can be found.
Cuban customs area, because Miami is very close to Cuba, Cuban immigrants are many, and finally used the name of Havana, the capital of Cuba. I don't feel as evil as all kinds of strategy websites say. It's just a block of small blocks, some crafts shops and Cuban restaurants, and some sculptures of the mascot rooster in the hearts of Cubans on the street. It's fun. There are several small shops selling works by local artists in Miami, which are worth visiting.