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CJ San Cristobal

a Havana Style City

  1. Lets get a little closer

    peterycristi
    Hi folks,

    here we go with a small update. San Cristobal made some progress, as you may see. Today, we'll get a little closer to San Cristobals Malecon - its famous shore promenade.
    cxl_screenshot_san cristobal_8.jpg
    In the first two pictures we have a little overview on Malecon. It connects a lot of different parts of the city. From west to east we start at Harbor District on Plaza de San Marco, this is, where Avenida 9 de Julio (left) hits Malecon (right)...
    cxl_screenshot_san cristobal_11.jpg
    …and we'll pass Centro with the famous Catedral Metropolitana.
    cxl_screenshot_san cristobal_10.jpg
    From east to west, we got a nice view from the old harbor fortress on Malecon
    cxl_screenshot_san cristobal_13.jpg
    The fortress is already in what will be the district Valeda - home of the famous Hotel Nacional...
    cxl_screenshot_san cristobal_14.jpg
    …but all that soon. Now just take a deep breath of the salty air here on Malecon. See you soon…

    saludos
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