We continued driving down the Malecon, through Olas Altas, past the look out point and to the harbor.I don't remember seeing this memorial before.
This red truck has been turned into a food cart. The light house is on top of that hill.
Lots of people lined up to make the hike up the hill.
Heading back along the same road. Think I'll just park my boat in the street.Me too.
That's okay, just drive down the side of the street when ever you want. Other traffic will just go around you.
I think these hats are neat.Looks like this pulmonia is a good cart too. Couldn't tell for sure.
Things on a wall surrounding something military - base or school.
More painting on the wall.
We haven't been in this area of the city for a long time. Nicely painted building. I'm glad Bill seemed to know where he was going. I was lost.
A hard way to get around. Notice the car with the speakers on its roof. No idea what he broadcast.
We discovered where they park the Carnaval floats to store them. Look a little worse for wear.
Just thought this was pretty. Entrance to a small hotel. A school for women. The name of the school is Ernesto Che Guevara. Interesting.
Some dash cam video of the beautiful old buildings on a couple of the streets in Centro. Click here to view full screen.
You saw the car stop so I could get out and take this picture.
Just some old graffiti on an abandoned building.
Some buildings - doors and windows that caught my eye.
Heading up one of the main streets in Centro. This is a real wheel wrecker pothole.
Looking down at it as we drove around it. These streets were just repaved a couple of years ago.
Hum...Bill thought she might be a Nun. I think she is part of a Christmas reenactment.
More and more big busses unloading lots of tourists.
Interesting color combination. Kind of a pretty new building. At least it is finished.
And that was our drive Sunday.