January 17, 2013
It was a breezy night in Havana and the Al Jazeera crew and I were hoping to enjoy an open-air meal at one of the hottest new restaurants in the Cuban capital. But there was not a seat in the house, or on the wide terraces that wrap around the Spanish colonial-style building.
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