Bid to Fix Up Hemingway's 'Finca' Hits Snags A house once owned by the writer Ernest Hemingway is a tourist attraction in Cuba. But it has long been in a state of disrepair. Americans who want to restore the house are blocked by the U.S. government's strict policy against aid to Cuba. NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro reports.
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Bid to Fix Up Hemingway's 'Finca' Hits Snags

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Bid to Fix Up Hemingway's 'Finca' Hits Snags

Bid to Fix Up Hemingway's 'Finca' Hits Snags

Bid to Fix Up Hemingway's 'Finca' Hits Snags

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A house once owned by the writer Ernest Hemingway is a tourist attraction in Cuba. But it has long been in a state of disrepair. Americans who want to restore the house are blocked by the U.S. government's strict policy against aid to Cuba. NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro reports.