Havana, September 9 (RHC) -— The grandchildren of U.S. writer Ernest Hemingway, Patrick and John, toured the Havana fishing town of Cojimar, where their grandfather made his best friends.
John told reporters about: his hope that Cubans and Americans share good relations, his aspirations to become a writer and to fish in Cuban waters.
The relatives of the U.S. novelist are visiting Cuba until September 13th to mark the 60th anniversary of their grandfather receiving the Nobel Prize for Literature.
During their stay in Cojimar on Monday, John and Patrick spoke with local residents, including several senior citizens who knew Hemingway when he visited their town, where he used to anchor his boat, Pilar.
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