Casa de Mery y Tania

Anacaona #107 e Aguilera y Taino, Santiago de Cuba, 90600, Cuba | B&B
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This B&B is located on Anacaona #107 e Aguilera y Taino, Santiago de Cuba.
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    Travel Blogs from Santiago de Cuba

    Cuba, Here We Come!

    A travel blog entry by nicole.marrocco on Mar 14, 2014

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    ... where we dined on bean soup, a salad of tomato and cabbage, fish, pork, fried plantains and rice. In Cuba, most restaurants are government owned, as this particular lunch spot is, and all restaurants are only able to serve what is available on the island at that particular time. A restaurant may not be the same the second time you return. Elaine warned us at our orientation that we should keep our expectations low when it comes to food, ...

    Triumph of the Revolution

    A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Feb 01, 2014

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    ... out for another fish/chicken/rice dinner. We relaxed by the pool and had a quiet Italian dinner that wasn't great. Then we enjoyed a wonderful trio. Los Latinos in the lobby bar who were all musicians with the local symphony. We talked to the musicians at length and had a great People-to-People exchange with them. We taste-tested the local 7 year-old rum and I liked the Santiago rum and Steve likes the Havana Club that we had on our first ...

    Santiago de Cuba - The Melting Pot

    A travel blog entry by iluv2xplore on Apr 25, 2013

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    ... drivers zipping from here to there. The streets were so alive! Santiago de Cuba definitely had more of a BIG CITY feel.


    The racial makeup of the people is noticeably different in Santiago de Cuba vs. Baracoa. I could certainly see the mix of African, Spanish, French, Haitian, and Jamaican influences in not only the people, but also in the music, art, architecture, etc. For whatever reason, I did not expect Santiago de Cuba ...

    A rock, some coffee, and a bird of paradise.

    A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Jan 12, 2013

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    ... own slaves at that time. This area has the correct conditions required for coffee production and consumption. This was an interesting overview of the history of this part of Cuba, along with information about slavery in this country. We also viewed the tiny slave quarters. Part of the original house was destroyed in a fire, and is currently under construction. This plantation has been listed as a World Heritage site by ...

    Pool time!

    A travel blog entry by mknox on Apr 02, 2012

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    ... Ana made as breakfast before we headed off to bed for another nap.

    Later in the day we ventured out into the city square. Santiago de Cuba is a sultry, dusty, happening city with lots of music and dance. It is described as the hottest city in terms of both temperature and its muscia. The houses are dilapidated but very lived in. The streets are narrow and full of people talking, playing dominoes or chess (always the men!) kids ride home made billy ...