Luis La Rosa, left, and Harry Henry on one of their last days at work on the U.S. Naval Station Base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Suzette Laboy/AP hide caption

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Cuba has relaxed some business rules, allowing street vendors to sell produce and a large wholesale produce market to open at night on the edge of Havana. Greg Kahn/Getty Images hide caption

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In Farmers Market, A Free Market Rises In Cuba
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Cuba has tight advertising restrictions, so Cedric Fernando uses his British-made 1955 MG convertible to spread the word about his Indian restaurant, Bollywood, in Havana. Nick Miroff/NPR hide caption

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The Spice Man Cometh To Cuba, A Hot Land Of Bland Food
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Lobster salad, pineapple sorbet and truffle oil-infused black sesame seeds, as prepared by Cuban Chef Luis Alberto Alfonso Pérez. Robert Vesco hide caption

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Delta says it is already licensed to operate charter flights to Cuba and could begin nonstop service from Atlanta as early as May or June. Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Tourists and locals sit on a wall along the waterfront in Havana; Aug. 25, 2010. Stringer/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Visitors To Cuba From U.S. On Pace Not Seen Since The '50s.
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