Something old, something new


  Any weekday afternoon in Havana, you're likely to see a shiny classic convertible cruise by, bride and groom seated high in the back like parade marshals, smiling and waving as they accept the congratulations of passersby.
   Of late, however, some couples are electing to make the traditional tour by modern stretch limousine instead of open car, reports Here is Havana author Conner Gorry.
   And Cuba becomes a little more like everywhere else.
   Though you won't see any wedding cars, limo or convertible, on weekends. Civil marriages, the only type recognized in Cuba, are performed only during the week.


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