myHotelVideo.com presents: Hotel Gran Caribe Internacional in Varadero / Cuba / Cuba

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Location:
The hotel is located directly beside the beach in the best part of Varadero. Guests will reach the centre of Matanzas in about 2 km, while it is approximately 30 km to Varadero International Airport.

Facilities:
The hotel was inaugurated on Christmas Eve 1950. Built in the solid but elegant architectural style of that period, it still preserves the spirit of those years. The hotel’s lobby area is large and open, providing stupendous views and direct access to the beach. On offer are a total of 162 rooms spread across six floors. The hotel has beautiful gardens, and the facilities on offer include a bar, a laundry service (charges apply), parking for those arriving by car, and a kid’s club. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets are offered at the Antillano restaurant, while the Universal restaurant presents guests with a range of international cuisine, and the Italiano restaurant serves cooking from Italy. The “Continental” cabaret offers excellent dinners with a colourful show with truly infectious rhythms. This nostalgic optional activity will make for one of the best nights in Varadero.

Rooms:
The rooms all come with an en suite bathroom with hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, satellite/ cable TV, a minibar, a double bed, centrally regulated air conditioning, and a hire safe. The rooms afford views of either the sea or the gardens. All accommodation units are cleaned daily and provided with clean sheets and towels.

Sports/Entertainment:
The hotel grounds feature a swimming pool as well as sun loungers laid out ready for use. Sports enthusiasts may further enjoy non-motorised water sports such as windsurfing (charges apply), catamaraning (charges apply), kayaking (charges apply), and pedal boating (charges apply), as well as tennis, table tennis, basketball, volleyball, badminton, mini bowling, and beach football. In addition, it is possible to take advantage of the massage treatments (charges apply), try a range of board games, or play billiards.

Meals:
Guests may serve themselves from the buffets at breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is possible to book an all inclusive stay.

Payment:
MasterCard and VISA are accepted in the hotel. Traveller’s Cheques are also accepted.
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American Passport

ACCORDING TO SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH IT IS SO AMERICAN THAT WHEN BRANDISHED BEFORE A TERRORIST IT CAUSES HIM/HER TO BURST INTO FLAME.

IF AN AMERICAN INVOLVED IN TAX EVASION WERE TO TOUCH IT, A MAJESTIC BALD EAGLE WOULD SWOOP FROM THE HEAVENS AND EXTRACT A POUND OF FLESH.

ACCORDING TO LOCAL LEGEND AN AMERICAN DOCTOR WAS VOLUNTEERING IN A VILLAGE STRUCK BY FAMINE. WHILE UNLOADING SACKS OF GRAIN THAT WOULD HARDLY SUSTAIN THE VILLAGE FOR A WEEK. FROM OUT OF NOWHERE A BEAUTIFUL BALD EAGLE SWEPT LOW OVER THE DOCTOR’S HEAD. HE INSTINCTIVELY DOVE OUT OF THE WAY. THE MOTION CAUSED HIS AMERICAN PASSPORT TO SLIP FROM HIS VEST POCKET ONTO THE BAGS OF GRAIN. WHEN THE DOCTOR RECOVERED AND TOWARDS TRUCK HE COULD NOT BELIEVE HIS EYES. WHERE THE TRUCK WAS NOT A MOMENT AGO THERE STOOD A THREE STORY MCDONALDS RESTAURANT. NEVER AGAIN WAS THERE A HUNGRY CHILD.

Sorry guys. It will probably be a couple months till I make more gaming videos.
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Should Us Men move to Brazil for Good?: Passport Kings Travel Video

Should Us Men move to Brazil for Good?: Passport Kings Travel Video

Welcome to another Passport Kings Episode:

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Today I interview Charles Tyler from the famous Facebook Group Afro-American Men Afro Brazilian Women and also from the show called “Living off the grid”. He says that black men should be getting ready to move out of The Matrix and into Brazil to find love, Marriage and Respect from our African Brazilian counterparts. This is only part of this excellent interview that we had on Skype. The entire interview will be emailed to you when you sign up to the passport kings mailing list located at passportkings.com/contact-us. Should Black Men be moving to Brazil for good? See what my guest thinks in this exciting video and make that call for yourself. Here is the part of the story that the mainstream does not want you to hear!

My name is Roklan. I’m a published author, director, editor, Certified Travel Agent and the creator of passport kings. Each week I will give you advice about traveling in General. Check me out every Wednesday on Youtube or keep up with me with the links below.

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Cuba – Impressions

This was my first attempt to film landscapes and such so please bare with me through the shakiness of some of the footage. I got better with time so it’ll get better throughout the video 😉 .

A little video about my adventure in Cuba. We were backpacking the west of the country in July and I’d like to share some of it with you here.
So if you’re debating whether or not you’d like to visit Cuba or just like to see nice scenery then this video might be for you. Also if you’ve already booked your ticket but don’t know which places to see this might help as well.

We (meaning: a friend of mine and me (sidenote: we’re both girls; Cuba is really safe so travelling for young girls on their own is not dangerous)) started our journey in Havanna went on to Vinales, a small town surrounded by beautiful landscapes and then went back to Havanna (passing Pinar del Rio) for a day to split up our trip to Cienfuegos a bit. After visiting Cienfuegos we went to Trinidad and then from there to Santa Clara, a town where all tourist attractions revolve around Che Guevara. From there we took a train to a little village called Los Arabos in order to get to Matanzas, a city close to Varadero (a city known for it’s beaches and popular with tourists). After staying there for a couple of days we went back to Havanna where we spent the last days before heading back home.

HOW TO GET A US VISA

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Obtaining an appointment
For any person who is applying for a U.S. Visa within Canada, they must have an appointment with an American consulate. You cannot enter the consulate without having an appointment. You have three options to find an appointment:
You can call the U.S. Visa application service where you can speak to an agent. There is a charge of .89 per minute and this service can only set up a file for you and see if they have an appointment available. Most of the time there will be no available appointments.
Alternatively, you can do it yourself through the Visa application website, www.nvars.com. You’ll need your passport in front of you to set up a file, and will have to continuously log-in to your profile until you have found an appointment.
Your third option is to call one of our associates, who will take your information, set up an account, and will begin looking for an appointment for you. Our fees are 5 for a regular appointment. Immigroup can also assist you in getting an earlier appointment for additional service fees. We guarantee that we will get an appointment by the time you request it. However we cannot guarantee the issuance of the visa; that is up to the U.S. Government official interviewing you.
Documentation you must obtain
If you decide to use our services, once we have obtained an appointment you will receive an email confirmation package. This contains information on all the documents you will have to gather and the forms you will need to complete. The documentation you need to gather has the purpose of proving your ties to Canada.
Residents of Canada will be asked to provide all of the following that apply to them:
a letter from your current employer, stating your position, salary and how
long you have worked there
a letter from your school, stating your enrolment and program history
Other documents you should bring are:
your house deed or lease
bank statements and bills
your Canadian status documents
These documents will show the U.S. authorities that you have strong ties to Canada and no intention to immigrate to America. You should be aware that presenting proof of when you plan to leave the U.S. or proof of why you are going will not be sufficient.
For those in Canada just visiting who wish to enter into America, you are allowed to apply for a visa in Canada but your chance for success may be lower. Ideally, you should be able to prove you have strong ties to the country where you live. Therefore, it is recommended you apply in the country where you permanently reside.
Obtaining the Photographs
Before you go to your interview, you need to obtain two, identical photographs. These photographs are square and measure 2 inches by 2 inches. They must be taken on a white background and must show a clear view of your facial features. You may wear facial accessories as long as they do not obstruct a clear view of your face or if a doctor prescribes them. You are not allowed to wear any hats or head-coverings unless they are for religious reasons. Please take the photo specification page that is included in your confirmation letter to a commercial photographer. Do not attempt to take the photographs yourself.
Government Fee Payment
Before you attend your interview you must pay your government fee. The fee for a tourist visa into America is 1 USD. This fee must be paid before your interview at any Scotiabank location. In your email confirmation package, you will receive four payment slips, which must be taken to a Scotiabank teller, who will take your fee and process your payment. They will return two of the payment slips back to you, which you take to the U.S. consulate as your proof of payment. You cannot pay your fee at the U.S. consulate.
The Interview Process
On the day of your interview, you should arrive about 15 to 30 minutes before your scheduled appointment time. You are only allowed to take your documents in with you. You cannot bring in any cell phones, iPods, or other electronic devices (including electronic key chains); food and drinks are not allowed inside the consulate.
Getting your passport back
During the interview, a U.S. Consular officer will ask you various questions. Please answer them truthfully. If your application is approved, the officer will take your passport and it will be ready to return it to you in 2-3 business days. It will be mailed to you or if you prefer to have it couriered back, included a pre-paid envelope or courier pack.

U.S. to Restore Commercial Air Travel to Cuba

U.S. to Restore Commercial Air Travel to Cuba

Fancy smoking a real Cuban cigar–legally? The U.S. government will announce Tuesday that it has signed an agreement with Cuba to restore commercial air travel between the two countries. According to the notice sent by the Department of Transportation to congressional offices, the arrangement “establishes scheduled air service of up to 30 daily direct flights between the U.S. and Cuba, will facilitate authorized travel, enhanced traveler choices, and strengthen people-to-people links between the two countries,” According to media reports, the agreement allows for 20 flights between the U.S. and Havana, and 10 flights to nine other Cuban airports.

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/02/us-cuba-commercial-flights-219211

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A day in the life of Havana

From the tourist mecca of Old Havana to the harsh realities of Castro’s cuba take a tour around the fabulous city of Havana. Don’t forget to visit our travel photography site http://www.jasonrowphotography.co.uk for more images of Cuba. You can follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheOdessaFiles/
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Hosted by WFLA-TV anchor Keith Cate. Reporter Jeff Patterson and photojournalist Bob Hansen travel behind the curtain in Cuba as news breaks of a possible end to the trade embargo with the U.S. and an easing of travel restrictions. a look at the sights, sounds, culture and people of the island nation.
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