Santa Clara, Cuba exudes a youthful, creative vibe, but the opposite can be said of the local cuisine. Here, visiting students, journalists and volunteers can enjoy very traditional Cuban fare while brushing up on local history.
Situated midway between Santiago de Cuba and Santa Clara,Camagüey makes an ideal stopover for a day or two. Renowned for its colonial architecture, nature reserves, earthen pots and twisting streets, you’ll want to explore Camagüey for days on end. But even if you only have 24 hours, you can still get a taste of what the island’s third largest city has to offer.
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If you’re waiting for the heat to subside before you visit Houston, you may be waiting a while – but rising temperatures do nothing to keep the locals down. Art, culture and food that’s to die for is abound in this Texas metropolis, and we’re rounding up some of our best bets for beating the heat and having a blast.