TRAVELPhotos: An American in HavanaOne writer reveals her experience staying in a Cuban Airbnb.by Alix BrowneJune 18, 20151A view of Central Havana from one of Casa Concordia’s several balconies. Photo by the author.2Fidel is very much present in Cuba—in spirit anyway. Photo by the author.3The streets are teeming with classic American cars from the 50s, many, like this one, meticulously maintained. Photo by the author.4The entrance to La Guarida, a restaurant made famous by the film Fresa y Chocolate. Photo by the author.5The façade of Casa Concordia is a shade of aqua that is seemingly very popular in Havana. Photo by the author.6A view into Casa Concordia. Photo by the author.7The dining area at Casa Concordia where breakfast is served every morning. Photo by the author.8A view of Casa Concordia from the street. Photo by the author.9It is estimated that three buildings collapse daily in Havana. Photo by the author.10Poke your head into any doorway and you’ll come across a view like this. Photo by the author.11A local theater. One could make an entire book just of photos of Havana’s many fonts. They don’t have to compete for attention with billboards and advertising. Photo by the author.