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NPR Morning Edition host David Greene spent a week in June reporting from Cuba, the country that few Americans have had the chance to visit—even though new "people-to-people" trips make it legal to tour on certain itineraries. Greene shared his memories of the trip—and his tips for those visiting for the first time—withCondé Nast Traveler in an interview shortly after he returned to the U.S.
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