Casa Arandia

Maceo n. 438 e/Colon y Rosario, Trinidad, Cuba | B&B
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Trip to Cuban Hinterland

A travel blog entry by fourontour


... It seemed to cater for the pleasure yachts that were touring the Caribbean. The only Cubans in there would have been the staff. The gates were opened and closed for us to arrive and depart. The architecture was once again amazing with all sorts of influences - French Colonial to Art Deco. Trinidad is well deserved of it's UNESCO World Heritage Status. The town celebrated 500 years last year. The rejuvenation of the Centro Historico has ...

Trinidad timewarp

A travel blog entry by samandmegan


The intro

After three days in the urban jungle of Havana, it was time to leave for greener pastures. We decided to get the six hour bus ride to Trinidad out of the way early and then work our way back to Havana via Cienfeugos and Vinales, so we packed our bags and got a taxi to the bus station, which is quite a way out of the centre, near the Havana Zoo - to which we did not pay a visit, although it would be quite fascinating to see how zoo ...


A travel blog entry by kukiong


Trinidad is a small beautiful city with rich Spanish colonial architecture and cobblestoned streets.

Music and dancing on the steps next ...


A travel blog entry by breadstickstu


... their heads buried in their phones worrying about who 'liked' their recent photo they posted on Facebook. It was so refreshing and because of this the streets are alive in Cuba, people stand at their door with curlers in their hair watching the world go by with loud vibrant music busting from their lounge room, people yell at each other in the street from balcony to balcony, old men play dominos, kids kick a soccer ball and people dance for no reason at all. We finished off ...

Trinidad: cobbled streets and salsa beats

A travel blog entry by wsbyama


... on the door and were greeted by a lovely face. Belky and Jesus have a beautiful home and our room was great. We sat and spoke with them in our broken Spanish (which is improving rapidly!) and pretty quickly we came to 3 conclusions: 1. We need more then half a day in Trinidad 2. Santa Clara doesn't sound at all like a place we want to go and 3. The rooftop seating in the house would make a great place to sit with a bottle of Cuban rum and cards :-) We dropped our stuff and set ...


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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding