Note all resorts in Cuba are owned by the Castro regime's military.
Excerpt from a story on "Cuban resorts" in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:
"Is Wi-Fi available in our rooms?" We thought it was a reasonable question since wireless Internet access is common in resorts and hotels worldwide.
The manager laughed and replied, "Sorry. The government doesn't allow it. Local residents might pick up the signal."
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