Hotel Ambos Mundos

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At the beginning of the 1930s stayed at the hotel the North American writer Ernest Hemingway, where he wrote Chronicles of fisheries and the early chapters of the novel for whom the bell tolls.
The room always occupied Hemingway has been converted into a small museum about the life of the writer. No one should put in doubt the significant place that occupied both worlds in the life of writer Ernest Hemingway. Is it where he writes, for the first time in Cuba, using a modest room on the fifth floor.







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