President Barack Obama and the First Family touched down in Cuba on Sunday, kicking off the first leg of their historic visit to the country.
The President is traveling with Michelle, his daughters and mother-in-law for the 3 day visit. He hopes to use the trip as the first step in normalizing relations between the U.S. and Cuba.
Rachel Robinson, the wife of the late Major League Baseball Player Jackie Robinson, and her daughter Sharon Robinson, also joins the First Family.
On the President’s agenda will be a meeting with Cuban President Raul Castro, and attend a baseball game between the country’s national team and the Tampa Bay Rays. The First Lady will use the opportunity to meet with female high school students as part of her Let Girls Learn initiative.