CUBA 1ED

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Lonely Planet, 1997 - Cuba - 396 pages
Despite years of political isolation, Cuba is the second-most visited Caribbean destination. Until now there has been little information for independent travellers, so visitors have rarely been able to get beyond the well-trodden trails to reach the heart of this spectacular island. Lonely Planet's long-awaited Cuba, written by veteran travel writer David Stanley, provides detailed information on the luxury resorts, off-the-beaten track destinations, and everywhere in between.

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Contents

FACTS ABOUT CUBA
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Government Politics 43 Arts
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Economy 44 Society Conduct
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About the author (1997)

Stanley is a world traveler.

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