Casa Los Delfines

Address: Calle 35 #4E Entre Litoral y Avenida 0, Cienfuegos, Cuba | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Calle 35 #4E Entre Litoral y Avenida 0, Cienfuegos, is near Guardalavaca Beach, Bahia de Naranjo Nature Park, Playa Esmeralda, and Museo Provincial La Periquera.
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      Lazy day in Punta Gorda, Cienfuegos

      A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 13, 2014

      ... served by a very obliging man all for 12 CuCs ie 8 for the two of us.
      We meandered back past a very grand county club and a hotel. On return to the casa we intended to have some water and go for another walk , but with tired feet and it being hot that did not happen. A nice shower and then a fish supper, also cooked in the outdoor charcoal oven ended the day well. Our journey to the upstairs bedroom was viewed by three little patched frogs out to get their evening ...

      Odd job and exploration day in Cienfuegos.

      A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 12, 2014

      ... had all their terminals in use. We gave up and walked on towards the plaza, walking along a street where there were lots of craft stalls and going down to the waterfront again. Retracing our steps we arrived at the Parquet Jose Martin were there are some very large and grand buildings, the theatre, a college, a cathedral and Museo Provincial. We went into this and looked at pre-Columbian and subsequent artefacts, and some very large reddish colored ...

      Scenic Cienfuegos

      A travel blog entry by samandmegan on Jun 14, 2014

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      ... of the rest of the places we visited! It's a big city that has it's own Malecon, but it's a lot more laid-back and definitely more affluent than much of Havana. We stayed on the Peninsula and had a very refreshing and enjoyable time there.

      What we did

      The first day we watched Australia lose in their first World Cup match and the second day we watched England lose their first ...

      THE PEARL OF THE SOUTH

      A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Feb 14, 2014

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      Pretty Cienfuegos, the Pearl of the South, was settled in 1819 by French immigrants from Louisiana who named it Fernandina de Jagua in honor of Ferdinand VII of Spain. Although later renamed Cienfuegos after a contemporary general, the city retains its "Frenchness'. In Plaza Marti, the very large central plaza, Jose Marti and a stand of Royal palms, Cuba's national plant, are surrounded by majestic buildings, among others, the cathedral, ...

      French influence in the city of Cienfuegos

      A travel blog entry by steffen102 on Jul 23, 2013

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      ... to walk to our casa despite the midday heat. Unfortunately the walk turned out to be a bit longer than expected and when we arrived totally sweaty at the casa, the owner was surprised that we had not been picked up at the bus station. If we had only known about it!

      After changing to another casa nearby (the Cubans always help you finding another place if they don’t have any space left in their own casa), we explored the city, which ...