Casa Rafael

Address: Calle Felix Ruenes no 29, Baracoa, Cuba | B&B
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This B&B is located on Calle Felix Ruenes no 29, Baracoa.
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Travel Blogs from Baracoa

Day 10 of Cuba tour - Baracoa to Mexico via Havana

A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 24, 2014

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... in and paying 50CUCs airport tax we had a reasonable cup of coffee at the only cafe outside security. Going through security we went straight to the gate. The place was freezing. Luckily the flight came in on time and we got away on time. At Mexico City airport our bags arrived much more promptly, although Ian had an interesting time watching the dogs go up and down the luggage conveyor belt sniffing the bags for drugs presumably. Reminded him of his ...

La Farola to Baracoa

A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Feb 04, 2014

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... was voluntary but 20 CUC was recommended and she paid 40 CUC per month. Elias had told us in 2012 that it was about 20-30% of his tips. We finally got to our hotel around 5:00 PM. It is the Hotel El Castillo, which sits above the city and was a fort and castle built in 1792. The rooms are very basic. During the war with Spain it was used as a troop hotel. The Interventionist Governor of Cuba, Gen. Leonard Wood, after the 1898 revolution victory, ...

Aboard the Celebrity Millennium

A travel blog entry by bourque on Oct 08, 2013

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Well Monday was a good day. We got up to watch the sun rise, amazing. We packed and checked out of our room. Getting to Port Everglades was quick and easy. Boarding took minutes and the martini bar was already open. After a few drinks we headed to our stateroom. WOW..... Unpacked, met our butler Richard, his assistant Edwin and ...

Baracoa, May 28-31

A travel blog entry by _regula_ueli on May 28, 2013

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... seems to be so small and country like. Time definitely stood still here. Baracoa was the place where Coloumbus entered Cuba first and where the first Spanish settlers arrived, later they also entered other areas. Roger told us that not many people work here. Because of the fruitful land and the close sea they can get almost everything they need from the nature.

Eigentlich wollten wir Baracoa ein Tag verfrüht verlassen, da es für uns sehr klein war und nicht ...

Ciudad Primera

A travel blog entry by iluv2xplore on Apr 24, 2013

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... was open for business but was busy catching a nap (left photo)... Everyone was so friendly, and more than willing to engage in conversation with me. Unfortunately, my Spanish needs some work…

We spent the remainder of our time in downtown Baracoa in the Parque de la Independencia lounging, listening to a musician play his maracas, and people watching. That was where I learned that (1) being called "mango" is a compliment as it is a slang ...

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