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  • Taschenbuch: 684 Seiten
  • Verlag: Moon Books; Auflage: 5. (11. November 2010)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1598805282
  • ISBN-13: 978-1598805284
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 1,9 x 14 x 19 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 3.5 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (2 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 173.133 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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Moon's award-winning guide to Cuba provides you with the essential details needed to discover all the can't miss sights, attractions, and restaurants in Cuba for all budgets. Plus, Moon Cuba highlights the best lesser-known and local hotspots. Check out off-beat destinations such as Finca Manacas (the birthplace of Fidel), Parque Lennon, and Rumba de Salvador's Alley. Or read the intriguing sidebars on Tropicana nightclubs, cigars, and the history of Cuba. With firsthand experience and honest insight, bestselling author Christopher P. Baker provides you with all the tools you need to create your own unique experience. Chris's fun and creative travel suggestions can help you plan your perfect trip. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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Christopher P. Baker was born and raised in Yorkshire, England. He received a B.A. in geography from University College, London, and masters degrees in Latin American studies from Liverpool University and in education from the Institute of Education, London University. He began his writing career in 1978 as contributing editor on Latin America for Land & Liberty, a London-based political journal. In 1980 he received a Scripps-Howard Foundation Scholarship in Journalism to attend the University of California, Berkeley. Since 1983, Christopher has made his living as a professional travel writer, photographer, lecturer, and tour guide, and is acclaimed for his specialist knowledge of Cuba and Costa Rica, about which he has written 10 books. He has contributed to more than 150 publications worldwide, including Caribbean Travel & Life, Maxim, National Geographic Traveler, The Robb Report, and the Los Angeles Times. Christopher has been profiled in USA Today; appears frequently on radio and television talk shows and as a guest-lecturer aboard cruise ships; and has been privileged to address such organizations as the National Press Club, the World Affairs Council, and the National Geographic Society. He is a National Geographic Resident Expert and currently escorts cruise-tours of Costa Rica and Panama for National Geographic Expeditions. His many books include Moon Costa Rica and Mi Moto Fidel: Motorcycling Through Castro's Cuba, winner of both the 2002 Lowell Thomas Award for Best Travel Book and the North American Travel Journalist Association's Grand Prize. His other awards include the prestigious Lowell Thomas Travel Journalist of the Year from the Society of American Travel Writers in 2008, and the Caribbean Tourism Organization in 2005.

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3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von käufer am 19. Januar 2010
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Auch wenn das Buch nicht in jede Westentasche passt, ist es ein hilfreicher begleiter jenseits des Lonely Planet. War jeweils 5 und 7 Wochen in Havanna und habe mehrmals neben eigenen Entdeckungen dieses Buch aufgeschlagen. Infos über Märkte (bei Selsbtversorgung vor Ort nicht zu unterschätzen) und andere Tipps sind dem Stand der Veröffentlichung entsprechend aktuell. Somit 5 Sterne.
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Von V. F. am 4. Februar 2013
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Aufgrund der sehr positiven Rezensionen habe ich ausnahmsweise statt zum Lonely Planet zum Moon Guide gegriffen.

Doch nach dem Einsatz des Reiseführers vor Ort war ich doch recht enttäuscht. Denn: Was bringen einem wahnsinnig viele Informationen, wenn man sich auf diese nicht verlassen kann?

Die erste negative Überraschung erlebten wir, als wir das Restaurant Don Cangrejo besuchten, das von Moon als eines der besten Fischrestaurants in Havanna angepriesen wird. Was man da bekam war nicht besser, sondern eher schlechter als das, was man auch sonst überall bekommt. Noch dazu sehr viel teurer. Das wäre ja noch zu verkraften gewesen, denn Qualitäten ändern sich.

Big Bang war dann aber unser Erlebnis mit Cayo Paraiso. Der interessante Bericht über dieses wunderschöne Key, bewog uns dorthin zu fahren (laut Guide gibt es einen Fahrdamm auf die Insel). Leider stellte sich vor Ort heraus, das das Key nicht besucht werden kann und eine entsprechende Verbindung nicht existiert. Die Insel ist nicht touristisch erschlossen. Nach langer Anreise mussten wir notgedrungen und enttäucht die Fahrt zum nächsten Key fortsetzen (2h).
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59 von 60 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
For travelers who get out of the tourist resorts 26. Januar 2007
Von Thomas D. Kehoe - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've been to Cuba seven times. I met my wife on the second trip. 99% of tourists never leave the resorts, except for an excursion to Habana Viejo (Havana's old city). Most of the guidebooks are for those people, presenting only the places that tourists go. Of those guidebooks the Lonely Planet guidebook (Sainsbury, 4th ed.) is the best.

Only one guidebook covers every pueblito on the island. My 4th edition of the Christopher Baker's Moon Handbook is falling apart from too much use. I'm ordering the 5th edition for my trip in a few weeks. The Moon guide is not only complete, it is a pleasure to read. Baker is a fine writer. The photos and maps are excellent too. The history of Cuba in the back is better than some of the history books I've read. If you want to go to Cuba's less popular national parks (i.e., not Vinales or Topos de Collantes) you'll have to get Baker's guidebook, as this is the only book that covers the undeveloped national parks.

I liked Baker's guidebook so much that I read "Mi Moto Fidel," his book about writing the first edition of the Moon guidebook. My only complaint about the Moon guidebook is that it makes me want to take six months and see all the amazing places he describes. Also, my wife and Cuban in-laws are continually shocked at the out of the way places I want to see. They just want to go to a resort and lie by the pool (they weren't allowed to enter resorts until a couple years ago, so this is a dream to them). I want to go see something the Baker found -- an American fighter-bomber that was shot down in the Bay of Pigs invasion, miles down a rugged trail; or hire an ornithologist to go into a swamp to see a bee hummingbird (the world's smallest bird); or hire a guide to explore the Gran Caverna de San Tomas, Cuba's biggest cave.

**update** The 5th edition (2010) is much smaller. My favorite resort, Hanabanilla near Manicaragua, was left out because few tourists go there (which is one reason I like it). I wish that Christopher Baker had updated the 4th edition and then the publisher had released it on the Kindle. The 4th edition was heavy to carry around. What would be perfect would be to carry the Lonely Planet guide (in print) and have the 4th edition Moon guide on your Kindle.
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Amazing detail! 13. Mai 2007
Von S. Mueller - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I heard this author interviewed recently by Rick Steves and his unbridled enthusiasm for Cuba (as it is today) really tempted me to go. His book gives advice about places to see if you only have a limited time (and, as tourists, we only have limited time) and the considerations for Americans about how to go legally are very practical. The book has web sites to use to reserve the required first 3 nights in Cuba and tips on where to stay, what the currency is, and all the things you'd want to know about any first-world country ... and he adds honest comments about the poor infrastructure and the poverty in the country.
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Good Job 8. März 2007
Von Hammockman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I've literally been around the world backpacking with Lonely Planet guides and like them a lot for budget travel. This is my first experience with Moon and I like this one better. I also ordered the Lonely Planet Cuba guide at the same time and they were released in October and November, '06 so they're comparable in that sense. The Moon is a little heavier which is a consideration if you're traveling light, but that's not insurmountable.
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Latest edition is Lonely Planet-sized, and no better than Lonely Planet 10. Januar 2011
Von FredJohnston1981 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
WARNING! MOST OF THE OTHER REVIEWS YOU SEE HERE ARE FOR AN OLDER 2006 EDITION OF THE BOOK!!! My review is for the 2010 edition.

SMALLER THAN BEFORE: Previous reviewers gushed about its detail (especially in comparison with LP). I was a bit puzzled initially, until an owner of a casa particular showed me the 2006 edition, which was massive in comparison. It is now much humbler-sized and thus skimpier in the details.

SURPRISINGLY OUTDATED: Though it's listed as being published in Nov 2010, information was not always up to date. (I was in Cuba Dec 2010-Jan 2011.) No surprise, since it's written by one man, and it takes probably a year (or more) to thoroughly research the sizeable island of Cuba. (Other guidebooks suffer from the same.) Nonetheless it is still (at least in Jan 2011) the most up-to-date book.

DOESN'T HELP TO SAVE MONEY: Christopher Baker is also a man of somewhat expensive tastes. True, anyone on a shoestring budget shouldn't be going to Cuba which is very expensive. Nonetheless, it is astounding to read his claim that "There is very little that you will need pesos for."
e.g. food: The book never mentions where you can find panaderias, decent street pizzas/batidos/sandwiches, fruit and vegetable markets, etc. In Havana especially one can save a lot of money by going to these places. True, these are all very limited in variety and of dubious quality (more so outside of Havana), but sometimes it's OK, especially considering how much you can save. e.g. A large loaf of bread is 3 pesos, and a "small" avocado (at least as big as the biggest ones you can find in the US and much sweeter) is 7 pesos - that's a meal for 40 cents CUC. Compare this with any paladar where a meal costs usually 5-10 CUC at least.
e.g. taxis: If you speaks fluent Spanish and can masquerade as a local, you can take the cheap "Cuban" taxis for 10 pesos to go pretty much anywhere in Central Havana, rather than always getting ripped off by the official taxis. No mention of this in the book.

MAPS: Not as easy to use as LP's. A simple key (a la LP) would have helped. The Havana maps were especially annoying because you kept having to flip back and forth to find the correct map. A simple solution would've been to collect maps in consecutive pages, instead of scattering them throughout the Havana section.

The background section (history/government/society/etc) is superior to LP's.

Other than that it's pretty similar to LP. Nonetheless a decent alternative/complement to LP, especially since he gives rather different opinions/recommendations.
7 von 7 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
A Must for Travelers to Cuba 20. Januar 2012
Von Patricia J. Schwarz - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This is an even-handed, up-to-date guide book that provides an excellent, concise summary of Cuba's history. Baker describes the many good things about the country and covers the futility of the US embargo. However, he does not hesitate to mention Cuba's shortcomings. Having just returned from two weeks in Cuba, we were glad Baker's book prepared us well for what to expect.
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