I took these pics of la Vieja Havana (Old Havana) in February. Havana is like a Spanish city that wouldn't have been taken care of for about 50 years: no renovations, not a coat of paint, nothing - exept in the city centre, where UNESCO money has helped the Cuban government to expertly restore the buildings on the main streets and the touristy sites. They really did a great job.
Near the Plaza de Armas
The cathedral and the lovely Plaza de la Catedral
The streets around the cathedral, mostly on calle de los mercaderes ("the Merchants' street")
Along calle Obispo ("Bishop's street"), the main commercial drag
Closer to the Capitol, near the Parque Central (Central Park) and the main hotels
I really liked these giant spiders near the Parque Central. Original art!
The Cementerio Cristobal de Colon (Christopher Columbus cemetery)
Around Plaza de la Revolution (translation not required, I hope?)
In Havana, they have these weird truck-bus combo that they use as a form of "rapid" transit, with limited stops through the city. Look closely, you'll see that the pink bus is actually a trailer behind a truck cabin.
I also saw an old Quebec school bus (how could I tell? The sign in front of the bus says "Écoliers", which is French, and the name of the school board was written on the side of the bus!) used for public transit in Havana.
Back in the city centre, on Paseo de Marti, or also called the Prado, where the Capitolio National (the National Capitol) is located
That's it for now! Hope you enjoyed.