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Cuba: Checking In?

“Yes, boys and girls, your ordinary citizen can now ante up to the check-in at any hotel establishment on the island of Cuba, as long as he or she has the money to pay in hard currency. Ah, there's the rub,” writes Ninety miles away….in another country, while The Cuban Triangle says: “If ‘tourism apartheid’ has been a perennial (and legitimate) element of the human rights indictment against the Cuban government, its elimination has to be counted as progress.”

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