I, Zeb the Duck and my group of humans are staying at the historic Hotel Nacional de Cuba in Havana.
This hotel opened in 1930 when Cuba was a prime tourist destination from the United States. The location and the manicured lawns of the hotel are stunning.
Many famous people have stayed here and many pictures adorn the walls in the bar and other areas of the hotel. This jukebox is part of a tribute to Nat King Cole (according to Wikipedia).
Here is a statue honoring a musician,
and maybe me, Zeb the Duck?
Here I am with another friend, Bif.
We are in the bar area overlooking the Caribbean Sea. One day in the bar area, mom and her friend put me on the bar with these colorful drinks. The bartender saw me, smiled and said “Ducks are welcome here.”
I feel so happy at the Hotel Nacional de Cuba.
The Hotel Nacional de Cuba has the Parisien nightclub.
One evening we saw the cabaret show. These photos just don’t do justice to the show,
but view these and use your imagination.
The show was very nice and we enjoyed it completely.
The manicured lawn and location of the Hotel Nacional de Cuba make it a popular location for weddings. This is a happy couple.
Here I am on a table overlooking the water.
As we walked around the grounds, I met this peacock.
He has beautiful colors and is friendly. Next time I want to show the military museum at the Hotel Nacional de Cuba.