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Unformatted text preview: e to display travel itineraries that include Cuba." Riverside travel agent Sonia Robledo told me last week that she tried to search for fares (at my behest), and she was also denied access. ¶ Janet Moore, owner of Distant Horizons in Long Beach, can see flights because the company works with groups that are licensed to travel to Cuba. She said she is approached daily by individuals who want to try to travel to Cuba without a license. "We say no," she said. ¶ The interest in Cuba, she said, stems partly from the theory of "forbidden fruit." But, she added, "Americans are genuinely interested in what's going on in Cuba. It is a fabulous destination."¶ Zachary Sanders may have thought so. USA Today's Laura Bly reported in July the outcome of his trip to Cuba from Mexico. He was ultimately fined $6,500 for his visit. In this case, it wasn't the fine as much as it was the time it took to reach this conclusion: He traveled to Cuba in 1998. Cigars prove
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2013 for the course DEBATE 101 taught by Professor None during the Summer '12 term at University of California, Berkeley.
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