Havana


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  • noun

Synonyms for Havana

the capital and largest city of Cuba

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The Beijing - Montreal - Havana service represents a tangible move by Air China to expand its footprint in the Central and South American regions.
Several On Havana Street restaurants in Aurora are serving unique dessert and craft or domestic beer pairings.
However, travelers had to connect through a foreign country -- and Havana was the only available destination.
The price includes a saving of PS900 and accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis in Havana and an all-inclusive basis in Varadero with return flights from London Gatwick departing on June 5.
Havana is built on top of gentle rising marine terraces carved out of limestone along the shoreline.
Many buildings in Old Havana have fallen in ruin but a number are being restored.
Jo Simpson, Emma Murphy, Chantal Powney and Antoinette McKay at Havana nd te t Hula's that.
Pernod has been using the Havana Club brand since 1993, when it formed Havana Club International, a joint venture with the Cuban state company Cubaexport.
Having successfully launched last year as the Little Havana Festival, Havana Cultura will be putting on over 60 free events between June 3-5, all courtesy of Havana Club, the authentic Cuban Rum.
Mehrabian said the new deal will increase the Iranian credit line to Havana from the current 200 million euros to 500 million.
The West End, while Jason Pennington of Butler Kane represented Havana Central.
Pedro Kouri" Tropical Medicine Institute, Havana, Cuba; [dagger] University of Oxford, Oxford, UK; [doubledagger] Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Oxford, UK; and [section] Pediatric Dengue Vaccine Initiative, Bethesda, Maryland, USA
Hemingway pledged his allegiance to the drink: "My mojito in La Bodeguita, my daiquiri in El Floridita" (the latter, another renowned Havana drinking establishment).
Bacardi last week filed a lawsuit in the Washington, DC federal district court appealing the recent ruling by the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB), which it lost over the ownership of the Havana Club Trademark.
As Uruguayan artist and critic Luis Camnitzer writes in his contribution to the catalogue, rather than partake in the "system that defines art at a given moment," the Havana biennial has traditionally aimed to "underline the ethical context within which that definition occurs.