Reliable tourist information proved difficult to come by in Holguin, Cuba. As an American tourist who doesn’t speak much Spanish, I just hit the pavement and walked around the city. I was on a self directed “people to people” tour, so I wasn’t shy about asking for directions if I got lost. Every Cuban I met did their best to help me out when I was lost.
Oh this walk, I browse through a model airplane museum. The doors of the museum were wide open, so I just walked in and checked out small scale models of the different airlines flying into Cuba.
As I continued my walk, I came across a church with colonial style architecture. I was struck by the “Alcoholics Anonymous” sign over the entrance, possibly indicating that AA meetings took place inside. The street number of the church was 116, located a few blocks from Calixto Garcia Park. If you have more information about AA meetings in Holguin, Cuba, please post it in the comments section for the benefit of other viewers.