Camaguey- Every spectator to his seat, on the street sooner or later someone will pass
Merida- Signs look out to see where the traffic ends
Trinidad- It is the most intact and flourishing colonial city of all Caribbean, initially capital of sugar, now of tobacco
Camaguey- Houses accustomed to rain do not cover their outfit
Camaguey- Brightly colored laundry
“Rue Bourbon” when Louisiana was “Louisiane”.
This street, heart of “French Quarter”, offers every kind of entertainment: bars, clubs, live music venues (mainly jazz) and gets crowded during “Mardi Gras” celebrations.
One of the icons of the New York skyline, since 1976 the Empire State Building’s tower lights have maintained a world-famous tradition of changing color to recognize various occasions, seasonal events and organizations throughout the year.