Casa Arturo & Esmeralda

Address: Calle Zenea#56e/Wiliam Soler y Capote, Bayamo, 85100, Cuba | B&B
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This B&B is located on Calle Zenea#56e/Wiliam Soler y Capote, Bayamo.
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      Villa Santo Domingo

      A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 08, 2015

      68 photos

      ... road which could break something if you drive in. And today we had the best one,
      Paul called it a “transmission ripper-outer”, because we saw it late and barely stopped and already the car bottom scratched….. So back-up and going around, ok there was no sign here!

      The most expensive excursion in Cuba
      Our landlord told us it’s 5$ for ...


      A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 07, 2015

      42 photos

      ... br>
      No Parking in front of the Ambulance
      Entering Bayamo was easy and luckily we turned in the correct street where the Casa’s are… only we had to stop: parking on the left side and a truck filling water on the right side – there is no way to go through.
      What I thought was funny is that there is a big no-stopping sign with Ambulance and we are right in front ...

      Chapter Five - El Cobre and Bayamo

      A travel blog entry by mmbcross on May 28, 2014

      7 comments, 22 photos

      ... have run out long ago, so you give them a CUC (convertible peso).

      Cuba is the only country in the world with an official double currency (China abolished their dual currency in the 1990s). The regular peso (CUP), used by Cubans, is valued at around 24 to the US$ (worth about four cents US). The convertible peso (CUC) used principally by tourists and wealthier Cubans, is valued at around US$ ...

      Pilgrimage to El Cobre, Bayamo & Camagüey

      A travel blog entry by nicole.marrocco on Mar 18, 2014

      28 photos

      ... subject. Until the 1990s, any individual who actively practiced a religion was banned from joining the Communist Party, making them ineligible for any position of authority. Despite this decades-long ban, Cuba is a country of believers, as La Virgen de la Caridad illustrates. However, our group has been told over and over again: “Cuba is not a Catholic country!” Instead, Cubans think of ...

      Lets get further!

      A travel blog entry by maich on Oct 26, 2012

      5 photos

      The next target on the map was Santiago de Cuba – but Sandy (hurricane) was so strong with the destructions in this region and no buses were running. So I went on a Jeep Taxi working on the typical hop on-hop off-system like real Cubans do to ...