Whether you’re taking a walk through Domino Park, or touring the Bay of Pigs museum, one thing remains a fact: the Cuban-American culture that makes up Little Havana in Miami, FL is utterly infectious.
Havana is a city that feels frozen in time. It’s a time-warp that takes you straight back to a laidback Caribbean circa the 1950s when live music was thrumming amid the city streets as locals swayed to the sounds of an idyllic time.
New Orleans is a live concert waiting to be discovered, and around every wrought iron lined street corner, there is some undertone of musical talent. This city’s statement is one long, harmonious cadence.