"12 Hours in Havana: Build your perfect day in Cuba" a tell-all book by crew member

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Adam, Thu Mar 01, 2018 9:28 pm

Traditional travel guides are packed with useful information. But they're written for someone who has more time than you do. Online review sites, message boards, and blogs are filled with detailed recommendations, but they are hard to sift through for the best advice.
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Greg Shapiro, who worked as a crew member for both Royal Caribbean and Fathom Travel, is breaking the mold with his new book 12 Hours in Havana: Build your perfect day in Cuba.
As a guide on the first cruise to Cuba from the USA in half a century, Greg Shapiro has lead countless tours in Havana. He knows what's worth your time and what's not. He's eager for you to experience Cuban culture on your own terms.

12 Hours in Havana: Build your perfect day in Cuba is a fuss-free approach to travel that makes exploring a city fun and carefree. Think of this guide as an activity planner with mini itineraries to mix and match. Greg's organized Havana's best attractions, restaurants, and shops by their proximity to each other. He's even added customizable options for active travelers who like to get off the beaten path. Plus, there's some history, culture, and practical advice for making the most of your time in Havana.

12 Hours in Havana: Build your perfect day in Cuba is now available as an eBook on Amazon at


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