February 13, 2013
The New York Times
HAVANA — Eduardo Valdes peered out over the tin-roofed apartments of Playa, past the midcentury embassies of Miramar, to the glimmering royal blue of the distant Straits of Florida, searching for a hint of white rolling eastward from the Marina Hemingway.
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