"It's not as developed as other countries.Î¾ They haven't had the funds and there hasn't been the foreign investment to build it up.Î¾ So what they call a five-star hotel might not actually be a five-star hotel, if you compare it with one say on Paradise Island or Miami.Î¾ There are trained guides, there are people who speak English.Î¾ I guess the best thing is to start making those calls and sending those emails to our Congress people."
Cuba has a tourism infrastructure. It's a favorite vacation spot for European travelers.
"We've had over 6,000 people who took the time to answer out quick survey.Î¾ Ninety percent of the people responding to this survey have said that they would love to go to Cuba if they could.Î¾ There's a huge interest, and I suspect that when that bill that's in committee right now passes, there'll be a tidal wave of travelers."Î¾Î¾
Goldman says if Congress decides to open up travel to Cuba in, for example, September, she could have a tour package ready the next month.