I always answer in a four letter word. C.U.B.A. But with a little back and forth, I'll settle for G.O.L.F.
Well, we got both. Stayed at the Melia Los Americas in Varadero, all inclusive Golf, Food and Booze. Booze is at it is there. Lotsa Rum with mostly cheap knock-offs of everything else. They did have a bottle of a fancy liqueur a day, which lasted til about eight p.m. Food was okay, basic Cubano fare. Japanese restaurant (which is at a quality that one might expect given the place) A Fish Grill that really was pretty good and a continental place with a string trio that was terrific. The buffets were decent; like always first come better served. Pretty fair supply of smoked salmon in the morning. Always a shortage of ketchup to make up for any deficiencies.
The golf .... was .... great!!! Except for the greens. Looked like someone in their wisdom decided to top dress with sand from the beach, which, of course, is really, really salty so fried the grass.
But that's the way things are done there. Someone gave the order and others obeyed.
A few notes. 1/ Golf is not really free. You must pay $35 for a cart. 2/ Golf balls are ridiculous - $7 ea. Except of course you can buy black market ones for $5/dozen. 3/ #8 is one of the great Par 3s in the western hemisphere. 4/ #18 is one of the great holes in the world. 5/ The bar in the duPont residence is spectacular.