Hotel Ambos Mundos: Traveling to Cuba the ‘Heming-way’

By Amanda Festa 

Since January of 2011, when restrictions on traveling to Cuba were loosened, eager travelers have been flocking to the country for one of the many cultural tours now being offered, including one featured by Literary Traveler through The National Trust for Historical Preservation.

While Cuba has much to offer culturally and historically, literary travelers cannot help but associate the country with Ernest Hemingway, whose fondness for the island is evident in both his life and work. The prolific author first discovered Cuba in 1928 on a layover while traveling to Spain, a...

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