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Cuba’s hotels could manage a sudden influx of 1 million American tourists if the U.S. Congress [bnRSN=1] lifts its 47-year ban on travel to the Communist island (The) ‘Forbidden City’
“Havana has been the forbidden city for so long that it will be a boom destination even in the low season,”
I know it wont be the old Cuba, though.
So, my question: Would you go to Cuba? Would (visiting Cuba) be, in effect, supporting the atrocities against the people of Cuba? Or - Would it be helping the people?
“The gringos can’t help but spend their money,” Garcia, 43, said at his stand in front of the neo-classical building that housed the U.S. Embassy before Fidel Castro’s 1959 revolution. “They are the easiest tourists to sell to. They never ask for discounts.”
I have an inkling if they do open tourism, ol Fidel better have some good protection. I could see some families from back then wanting some retribution to what he did.