Cuba is such a beautiful country, and everywhere you go, there's music and people dancing - especially in Havana.
I think that I've tried many times to get Cuba in my writings, especially Havana, which was once a great and fascinating city.
She is Cuba. If you want to love her, you have to be with her, but you can't be with her in her current state. It's the point of view of all exiles - you have to leave the thing you cherish most.
In Cuba and specifically in Havana there's a sort of energy that turns every situation into something unexpected.
Condemn me, it does not matter: history will absolve me.
Cuba has the cleanest and most-educated prostitutes in the world.
North Americans don't understand... that our country is not just Cuba; our country is also humanity.
I come from Cuba. Taxes for me are no big thing.
I would love to go back and help rebuild that country and help - you know, kind of like what's going on with Iraq right now. You know, they've got a new government in place. They're trying to rebuild the country. I would love for that to happen in Cuba also
Then I received support from the Government to compete for my country, and to represent Cuba in competition.
I don't think that the reality of Cuba is perfect, but it doesn't cleave to the negativity, either, with which some people see it.
The only things that the United States has given to the world are skyscrapers, jazz, and cocktails. That is all. And in Cuba, in our America, they make much better cocktails.
You can't get good Chinese takeout in China and Cuban cigars are rationed in Cuba. That's all you need to know about communism.
I invested in many companies, and I'm happy this one worked. This is capitalism. You invest in stock, it goes up, it goes down. You know, if you don't like capitalism, you don't like making money with stock, move to Cuba or China.
I wish that they had the freedoms like the Japanese and the Koreans and the Mexicans and everybody else that has that freedom to come over here and play the game, because I know Cuba has a very strong baseball history.
In Cuba we use our champions to promote the sport.
Can you imagine that Cuba and Europe's youth, who had forgotten about traditional music, who only thought of rock music, are now looking back towards their grandparents? That is a phenomenon.
When it comes to musicians, I'm like the daddy of musicians here in Cuba.
If you are a married man resident in Cuba, you cannot get a passport to go to the next town without your wife's permission in writing.
I think there [on Cuba] is going to be an extraordinary reception.Cubans are - they want to hold onto their culture, their heritage, but they also want to embrace this opportunity, perhaps, for new economic freedoms.
The future of Cuba is one earned by a country that has resisted for over 50 years against the most powerful empire on Earth. The resilience of its people made this triumph materialize.
I think that a man should not live beyond the age when he begins to deteriorate, when the flame that lighted the brightest moment of his life has weakened.
What are eight million dollars compared to the love of eight million Cubans?
Our Cuba policy didn't make much sense during the Cold War and makes even less sense now.
Cuba wants to get rid of a dictator, and baseball needs a dictator.
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