Casa Jorge y Alicia
Travel Blogs from Cienfuegos
... rum for US$2.75, expensive $4 in a roadside cafe. Coffee is also cheap. A cappuccino was .65c On the way we stopped to see Australia. An area named after the sugar plantation and factory owned and run by the Australians until it was nationalized in 1962. Something the Aussies didn't know. But back to Che. The memorial is on a very grand scale with parking for hundreds. If hundreds were there it would probably take you 3 hours to get ...
... and high humidity, which was hardly bearable. To survive one automatically walked from shade to shade to escape the relentless sun. I had expected the intensity of the sun to drop in the afternoon but somehow it appeared to us that the sun was burning even more on our skin in the afternoon. Fortunately we now knew where to buy inexpensive beverages, of which we drank a lot to make up for all of this constant sweating. Over time we had even accustomed ...
... and our driver Avel and headed in direction Cienfuegos. Cienfuegos is a city at the sea, which was founded by French settlers. It can be recognised by the style of the houses and the spacious boulevards. Many houses are being renovated. We were told that Cuba is getting ready for many tourists that will come by on cruise ships during the next years.
Am Nachmittag haben wir die Stadt erkundigt, ein paar Souvenirs gekauft und sind ...
... batter's name came up and was deleted one bulb at a time, M-O-N-T-O-Y-A, .336. Seats are first come first serve and the stadium is all concrete, in fact there are no benches or specific seats except in a gated section behind home plate. More than paying attention to the poorly played game the people watching makes the experience impossible for boredom. Vendors wander around with baskets of little candies, lollipops, thin white cones of peanuts and sandwich size bags of popcorn. ...
... Nacional per ticket, appx. 4 cents each, the guards at the gate held large water bottle with holes drilled into the caps to squirt on our hands, while below putting your feet carefully on damp towels to sanitize before entry. With that cleanliness expected, I was wondering what kind of palatial stadium we were entering. There were drums beating, trumpet and trombone wailing and foghorns to top it off. A scoreboard seeming about 40-50 years old lay in centerfield behind the ...
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