Havana: The Fashionistas, The Cathedral, and The Bubblecabs…

The Fashionistas…

Our hotel in Havana was the ‘home’ for a very large group of people from Norway who are in involved in the fashion industry. There were models, make-up people, agents and the like here for several days. We were walking through Old Havana and came across the Fashionistas enjoying a ‘quiet’ lunch in The Plaza de la Catedral.

Iglesia de la Catedral…

Located in the plaza that it is named for is the Iglesia de la Catedral (Cathedral Church). The church was initially built in the early part of the 17th century and additions were made by the Jesuits in the early part of the 18th century. These were never completed by the Jesuits because the Spanish threw them out of  all the Spanish possessions in Cuba. The church was finally finished in the late 18th century.

Iglesia de la Catedral...

Iglesia de la Catedral...

The Bubblecabs…

These cute ‘taxis’ are one of the fun ways available for tourists to travel around the city of Havana. I’ve included them in this blog because the Fashionistas used them one day for a group rallye of the city.

Dan Sniffin and I took a ride in one of the Bubblecabs. A fun way to see the city for sure.

Fini…

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