MalecónIn every other sea side capital, this street would be a majestic beach promenade, housing the most exclusive hotels, restaurants, and bars. In Havana, these times are gone for nearly 60 years. Today, the Malecón is a a six-lane concrete jungle lined with the ruins of once stately mansions. At night it awakens, when those who cannot afford Havana's clubs and bars gather on the seawall for some cheap rum, beer and chatting – or even a hot soup and a Venezuelan soap opera on TV. But it seems that the public squares, that offer WiFi access, slowly outrank the Malecón as Havana's #1 Saturday night venue.