In order to get inside buildings in Old Havana, it is necessary to have an entree of some kind. For these photographs, I hired a pedi-cab in front of our hotel early on a Sunday morning for about $10 for over an hour's ride. In my poor Spanish, I told him I wanted to see architecture and he complied. Once he figured out I was looking for "crumbling," he knew where to go. We hired a total of three guides on this trip and all were well worth the modest expense. The bottom photo is the best example why. I would never walk into a place where people are living by myself with a camera.