Casa Anita Fonseca

Address: 70a Juan Manuel Marquez, Trinidad, Cuba | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 70a Juan Manuel Marquez, Trinidad.
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    Travel Blogs from Trinidad

    Walking Sunday.

    A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 16, 2014

    ... lady there made sure we saw the original loos and the shower. The latter was amazing and looked more like a torture system than a shower! We went around more street markets and did some people watching. In the courtyard near where we were staying were two men splitting bamboo with a rather sharp machete, it looked very dangerous, but then health and safety here is a different story. We went back to the plaza step terraces for a ...

    Exploring Colonial Trinidad

    A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 15, 2014

    Breakfast was fruit, with guava, sweet biscuits and pastry. Sparrows shared our bread and some odd little lizards with curly tails scampered around the courtyard. More roosters depicted, this time made from beads and buttons on the courtyard wall, we stil haven't worked out their significance. The dresser at the entrance to the courtyard had some of the local fruit and veg, guavas, cassava etc. on it. The ...

    Ron y Cervezas en Cuba

    A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Oct 30, 2014

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    When arriving at immigration in Cuba and waiting 2 hours in the queue, maybe you shouldn't mention you stayed one night in Texas where two American nurses contracted Ebola. It could have gone more smoothly, they took our passports and after an extra hour they let us in. This was the beginning of our Spanish journey and we were excited to begin learning the language, shame I either lost or left my Latin American Spanish phrasebook somewhere. After a few days though we were getting ...

    TRINIDAD - COLOURFUL & QUAINT

    A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 21, 2014

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    After a painful 6 hour bus ride we pulled into Trinidad. While we had managed to get a little sleep on the bus the hangover was far from over. Jorge our casa owner from Havana had kindly rung ahead and arranged a very nice home for us to stay in for the next two nights. Our host was sooooooo cute he was waiting eagerly at the bus stop when we arrived. He greeted us with big open arms, a glowing smile and a kiss on the cheek, how very Italian I thought. Regardless I loved ...

    Trinidad and the Valley of the Sugar Mills

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Mar 09, 2013

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    ... met waiters, taxi-drivers, and tour guides who were doctors or engineers working second jobs to supplement their incomes. Butchers make more than doctors. Hmmm...every now and then I would look down for the "yellow brick road"......

    We had a wonderful lunch at a state-owned restaurant near the Plaza. Welcome drinks were served, as it turned out they were wherever we stopped. Particularly with the state-owned restaurants, they cook (therefore you ...