The first three days of 2010 in Cuba’s were spent enjoying great outdoor festivities such as bands playing in the streets throughout public areas all across the island. The shows offered dancing also so that anyone can come along and join in the fun. In Havana people had the opportunity to enjoy the outstanding Cuban orchestra for free. These new celebrations are set up to entice holidaymakers to its warmer winter climate, and if your sat reading this with as much frost bit as me then I’m sure you’ll agree that won’t take much persuading.
In the Cuban capital of Havana, the tourist board have announced they are finishing up on repairs of 156 rooms so to welcome holidaymakers during the upcoming busy summer season. Havana does expect to take in a few more winter season travellers in the coming year. With the repairs to many of the hotels and other facilities on the island that tourist will be required. Havana officials hope to show those visiting that Cuba offers a highly efficient and quality service to those who choose the Caribbean Island as their holiday destination.
Maria Emilia Garcia, general secretary of the Trade Union in the county, added that the members of the Hotel and Tourism Trade Union in Havana support the idea of sprucing things up in an around city. Things that have been listed are cleaning and redecoration old hotels, painting and all round restoration of old, tattered buildings and also to take advantage of the tropical surroundings that are on offer throughout Cuba.