It is not too surprising that there is not a single boat in sight in modern day Havana. Fifty years ago, the docks would have been lined with sail boats.
Friday, August 19, 2011
The Havana Yacht Club
One of the challenges of writing about a place that I have never visited is finding pictures of places where my characters were living. The opening scene of The Death of the White Rose takes place in Havana Bay and the Havana Yacht Club. With the help of Google Maps, I found this aerial photograph of how the club looks today:
Posted by R. Ira Harris at 11:34 AM