Cuba is one of the world's most intriguing islands. Host Don Wildman travels to the island on a mission to investigate a historic hotel used as Fidel Castro's headquarters during the Cuban Revolution. Located in Havana, this hotel reveals a captivating tale of an attempted assassination of the communist leader. Next, Don travels to a small fishing village where famed writer Ernest Hemmingway once resided. In this quiet town, Hemingway's home preserves the memory of the American icon who may have been involved in clandestine activities during his time there. And Don explores the Plaza de Armas, the oldest public square in the city. The Plaza de Armas is a reminder of Spanish might in Cuba, but it is also linked to a daring American escape that inspired a war.
Host Don Wildman investigates a historic hotel used as Fidel Castro's headquarters during the Cuban Revolution, Ernest Hemmingway's estate where the writer may have participated in clandestine activities, and a Spanish plaza that was home to a daring escape.
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